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Scottish Power Gas & Electricity Bill Explained

Scottish Power

Here you will find your Account Number, important in any communication with the supplier.

Information about the time period of consumption for your bill. (Usually 3 months).

This is your current tariff. Your current tariff name is required while you compare on our website.

Summary of your previous bill: how much it was, how much you paid and your account balance.

This section shows how much you have to pay, how much the VAT accounts for and would also state your remaining balance to pay from your previous invoices if you have one. Information about where you stand with your supplier (i.e., in credit or debit). If your’e in debit, this will be covered by future direct debit payments. If you’re in credit, this will be applied to your next bill.

Info on whether your bill was estimated or based on actual meter readings. It is always advisable to provide actual readings to avoid over or under paying.

This will only be your current supplier’s cheapest plan, and may not be the cheapest in the market.

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Name of your supplier:

Scottish Power

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Account Number:

Here you will find your Account Number, important in any communication with the supplier.

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Bill period:

Information about the time period of consumption for your bill. (Usually 3 months).

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Your Tariff:

This is your current tariff. Your current tariff name is required while you compare on our website.

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Last Period:

Summary of your previous bill: how much it was, how much you paid and your account balance.

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This Period:

This section shows how much you have to pay, how much the VAT accounts for and would also state your remaining balance to pay from your previous invoices if you have one. Information about where you stand with your supplier (i.e., in credit or debit). If your’e in debit, this will be covered by future direct debit payments. If you’re in credit, this will be applied to your next bill.

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Actual Readings:

Info on whether your bill was estimated or based on actual meter readings. It is always advisable to provide actual readings to avoid over or under paying.

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Cheapest Gas and Electricity Tariff:

This will only be your current supplier’s cheapest plan, and may not be the cheapest in the market.

This section shows your tariff plan end date (if fixed) and exit fees if you switch supplier more than 49 days before the tariff end date. Our comparison tool includes the cancellation fees while calculating the saving figures.

Here is detailed your annual gas and electricity consumption. This information is required while you compare and switch on our website to get near to accurate saving figures.

Here you can compare last year and current year Gas and Electricity Energy estimated used.

TCR (Tariff Comparison Rate) is a guide helps to compare tariffs across the suppliers. It is based on Ofgem’s average usage figures. It is always advisable to compare tariffs on comparison websites as we suggest estimated spending and savings.

Compare and see how much you can save on your energy bills

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Conditions of contract, including exit fees & end dates:

This section shows your tariff plan end date (if fixed) and exit fees if you switch supplier more than 49 days before the tariff end date. Our comparison tool includes the cancellation fees while calculating the saving figures.

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Annual gas & electricity consumption:

Here is detailed your annual gas and electricity consumption. This information is required while you compare and switch on our website to get near to accurate saving figures.

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Energy Used:

Here you can compare last year and current year Gas and Electricity Energy estimated used.

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About your TCR:

TCR (Tariff Comparison Rate) is a guide helps to compare tariffs across the suppliers. It is based on Ofgem’s average usage figures. It is always advisable to compare tariffs on comparison websites as we suggest estimated spending and savings.

This is the cost of gas and electricity per unit (1kWh) applicable based on your current tariffs.

This is your Standing Charge for gas and electricity, the cost per day for having the chosen supplier provide energy to your home regardless if any energy is used.

This section shows Gas and Electricity total Energy Charges.

Your electricity supply number also known as MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number). This 21 digit unique number is required when you switch to other supplier.

This is the cost of gas and electricity per unit (1kWh) applicable based on your current tariffs.

This is your Standing Charge for gas and electricity, the cost per day for having the chosen supplier provide energy to your home regardless if any energy is used.

This section shows Gas and Electricity total Energy Charges.

This unique number identifies the Gas supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

Compare and see how much you can save on your energy bills

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Cost of energy:

This is the cost of gas and electricity per unit (1kWh) applicable based on your current tariffs.

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Standing charge

This is your Standing Charge for gas and electricity, the cost per day for having the chosen supplier provide energy to your home regardless if any energy is used.

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Energy Charges:

This section shows Gas and Electricity total Energy Charges.

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Electricity MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number):

Your electricity supply number also known as MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number). This 21 digit unique number is required when you switch to other supplier.

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Gas MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number):

This unique number identifies the Gas supply at your property and it is required while switching your supplier on our website.

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