ScottishPower provides gas and electricity to over 5.6 million domestic customers in the UK.
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ScottishPower supplier rating 2018
ScottishPower was rated three-and-a-half stars by customers in the 2018 survey of more than 17,000 UK households, allowing the provider to scoop up the Large Supplier of the Year Award.
ScottishPower customers gave their supplier top marks in categories including cusotmer service, ease of switching and value for money.
Who are ScottishPower?
ScottishPower is one of the big six UK energy suppliers, responsible for the supply of gas and electricity in the UK to more than 5 million customers. ScottishPower are part of the Iberdola Group, a world leader in wind energy and one of the largest energy companies in the world.
ScottishPower is helping to build a sustainable energy future for everyone, through innovation and investment in renewable energy.
Interested in ScottishPower's Connect smart thermostat? You can purchase one here.
ScottishPower's charity support
ScottishPower has had a relationship with Cancer Research in the UK since 2012. Through employee fundraising, their Help Beat Cancer energy tariff, sponsorship of the Race for Life and Stand Up To Cancer campaigns, they have raised more than £15 million for the charity organisation.
Recent price changes from ScottishPower
In February 2017, ScottishPower announced a price rise of 7.8%, effective 31st March.
|Supplier||Date effective||Avg price change (%)|
|21 June 2017||7.2%|
|26 April 2017||9%|
|15 Sept 2017||7.5%|
|31 March 2017||7.8%|
|28 April 2017||7%|
|16 March 2017||9.8%|
*Based on a medium energy user on a standard dual fuel tariff, paying on receipt of bill, with bill sizes averaged across all regions.
In January 2015, ScottishPower announced a price cut of 4.8%, effective 20 February 2015. The cuts applied to standard plan customers only, and would save the average household £33 per year.
In October 2013, ScottishPower's prices were announced to be going up by 8.6%, as of 6 December 2013. This would raise the average dual-fuel customer's bill by £112, and bring their yearly bill total to £1,480.
In January 2014, the energy supplier said that, due to Government's announcement about reducing green levies, it would reduce this price rise by 3.3%. This would take effect the same month.
The table below shows the most recent price changes from the big six, including ScottishPower's prices, and the percentage increase as well as when it took and effect.
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