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N-power Responsibility

The Npower Corporate Responsibility (CR) report outlines the activities of the RWE Group companies operating in the UK for 2015 - 2017. It covers the 3 strands of our business.

About Npower United Kingdom - UK

Npower Limited is a UK-based electricity generator and supplier of gas and electricity to homes and businesses, formerly known as Innogy plc. As Innogy plc it was listed on the London Stock Exchange and was a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. Source: Wikipedia

Npower: gas and electricity supply to homes and businesses

  1. RWE Innogy: development, construction and operation of renewable generation
  2. RWE Generation UK: conventional power stations

Npower Key Priorities

The main priority across the business is customer service and meeting the needs of our customers, making sure they get the energy they need, whilst doing our bit for the environment too. Ethical matters and our impact on society are also key factors in our business decision making process as we strive to take on board stakeholders’ needs and concerns and consult with them over difficult decisions. We want to ensure that our employees understand and are engaged with social and environmental issues too.

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Highlights include:

We have been supporting vulnerable households for over 15 years and are continuing to help them have a warmer home by contributing over £1.19 million from the npower crisis fund during 2015. 5,000 Fuel Bank vouchers have been issued benefitting more than 12,000 adults and children. We launched the scheme in 2015 in partnership with food bank charity, the Trussell Trust, which supports people living in poverty by providing them with gas and electricity top-up vouchers. A community fund worth £19 million has been launched in Wales in connection with Gwynt Y Mor Offshore wind farm
  1. npower raised over £576K for charity partner Macmillan, including the funding a team of dedicated energy advisors in Macmillan’s own call centre
  2. In 2015 we managed to reduce our emissions of sulphur dioxide by almost a third, reducing pollution levels
  3. £2 million investment into UK communities from community funds linked to renewable energy projects

Npower are harnessing the power of wind and water operating 25 hydroelectric power schemes, 32 onshore wind farms and 3 offshore wind farms. Npower opened their second largest offshore windfarm in the world with 160 turbines capable of generating enough energy to meet the average energy needs of around 400,000 homes.
Npower achieved the Carbon Trust Standard across all our UK offices. This international environmental award recognises the achievements we have made in the fields of reducing carbon emissions, water use and improving waste management. Npower is now sharing our expertise with the UK’s largest energy users.

Npower In Business

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How Npower Source Fuels - Where the electricity comes from

The fuel mix

This fuel mix information is provided in accordance with Electricity Supply Licence Condition 21, which has been implemented by the Electricity (Fuel Mix Disclosure) Regulations 2005 to give effect to article 3(6) of the EU Electricity Directive (2003/54/EC).

Domestic customers are supplied under the following licences: Npower Limited, Npower Northern Limited, Npower Northern Supply Limited, Npower Yorkshire Limited and Npower Yorkshire Supply Limited. Please see the bottom of your bill for the particular licence you are supplied under.

For business customers please see the front of your bill to identify whether you are a customer of npower Business or npower Business Solutions:
  1. If you are supplied by npower Business, you are supplied under the Npower Direct Limited licence.
  2. If you are supplied by npower Business Solutions, you are supplied by either Npower Limited or Npower Northern Limited. Please see the reverse of your bill for the particular licence you are supplied under.


The table below shows the fuel sources for the electricity supplied under npower’s licences in the latest reporting period and the UK national average for the same period.
  1. Fuel Type - Coal, Gas, Nuclear, Renewable and Others
  2. Source: Npower Limited, Npower Direct Limited, Npower Yorkshire Limited / Npower Yorkshire Supply Limited, Npower Northern Limited/ Npower Northern Supply Limited, UK National Average

Please note, figures may not sum to 100% due to rounding.
The environmental impact information per kWh of electricity supplied under npower’s licences is provided below, calculated on the basis of figures provided by the DECC (details of these can be found at the DECC website).

Environmental Information - Carbon Dioxide Emissions (g/kWh) and Radioactive Waste (g/kWh)

Carbon Dioxide Emissions - The weighted average of the carbon dioxide emitted in the production of electricity from each fuel source.

Radioactive Waste - The radioactive waste, being fuel burnt in the reactor to be subsequently discharged as spent fuel.

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Gas and electricity home

  • Tariffs
  • New connections
  • Tariff coming to an end?
  • Tariff Comparison Rates
  • Tariff Information Labels
  • Tariff rates and charges

Simple gas and electricity tariffs

Whether you want the certainty of a fixed price, or the flexibility of our standard variable rates, our simple tariffs are designed to suit your needs and circumstances.

For New customers

Simply enter your postcode to get started e.g WR3 7DB the click Get a quote

Already a customer? Get a quick quote

You can either log in with your account or give us your account number (found on your bill) for a quicker quote based on our estimate of your usage.

Choose from our simple tariffs

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  • Find out about ways of paying your bill

1. Super Fix - Fixed Prices until 31 March 2021

  • Exit fees - £30 per fuel may apply before 11/02/21
  • Pay by Direct Debit or Receipt of Bill
  • Online account – it’s there if you want it.

2. Price Fix - Fixed Prices until March 2021

  • Exit fees - none
  • Only available to existing customers on our standard variable rates
  • Pay by Direct Debit or Receipt of Bill
  • Online account – it’s there if you want it.

3. Fixed Energy Online March 2018

  • Fixed Prices until 31 March 2018
  • Exit fees - £30 per fuel may apply before 11/02/18
  • Pay by Direct Debit or Receipt of Bill
  • Online account – you'll need to have one.

4. Feel Good Fix - Fixed prices until 31 May 2019

  • Prices that won’t go up but could come down   
  • Exit fees – none
  • Pay by Direct Debit or Receipt of Bill
  • Online account – it’s there if you want it
  • If our standard rate falls before 31 May 2019, we'll bring your price down too

5. Standard Variable - Variable price

  • Prices could go up or down
  • Exit fees - none
  • Pay by Direct Debit, Receipt of Bill or Prepayment
  • Online account – it’s there if you want it

Choose the tariff you're interested in to find out more and to see our terms and conditions. By switching to a new tariff before your current tariff ends, you’ll pay your new prices earlier and these may be lower or higher, depending on the tariff you choose.

Npower prices are changing

Electricity and gas prices on our Standard Variable tariff will be going up on 16 March 2017. Find out why it's happening and how it might affect you. Find out more about our price change
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Switch to npower without any disruption to your Gas & Electricity supply
  1. Get a quote and apply online
  2. We'll talk to your current supplier
  3. We'll tell you when your switch is done
  4. Send us your meter readings

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How to switch: Instructions on how to switch to npower and find a deal that fits your budget.
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Boilers & Heating

Energy efficient boilers

As part of the Government initiative called ECO (the Energy Companies Obligation) you could qualify for a free boiler or insulation (wall and loft). You can check the official website to see if you are eligible.

Looking after your boiler

During the cold winter months, the last thing you want is to wake up to no hot water. See our helpful tips and guidance help you keep your boiler in good working order.

Boiler Maintenance

The boiler is the heart of your home. So keeping it in tip top condition is really important. Luckily we’re on hand to help you do just that.
In this section you can find helpful advice on boiler maintenance and useful information on different types of boilers.

Boiler care guide

Npower experts share their top tips for keeping your boiler happy, healthy and - most importantly - hot. You can choose to Find out more from the official portal

What boiler do I have?

Our handy guide will help you identify what type of boiler you have in your home. You can Find out more from the official website

Stay warm — look after your boiler

Many people ask us whether replacing, repairing or servicing their boiler is worth it. The simple answer is ‘yes’. Older boilers tend to be more inefficient than newer models. This means they can’t work as hard or deliver the top results.

Do you qualify for a free boiler or insulation?

Take our 5 minute check online to see if you’re eligible for a brand new energy efficient boiler, as well as loft, cavity and external wall insulation. You need to check you eligibility online.

Winter Tips

Ten top tips to keep your boiler running and your bills down this winter from our very own engineer.

Expert advice to help keep your house warm and efficient

A cold winter doesn't have to mean unexpected bills and boiler breakdowns- there's a lot you can do yourself to help keep your home and heating system ticking over, Pete Kealey our npower engineer tells you how.
When I’m out visiting customers, the most common questions I get asked are about energy efficiency and boiler maintenance. That and how to bleed a radiator! Here’s my advice on keeping your house cosy.

Save around £75 a year using your programmable thermostat

Most of us don’t make the most of our programmable thermostat. Turning it down by a degree can save you around £75 per year. The ideal temperature is 18 degrees, so you probably won’t even notice the difference.

Time your hot water

  1. If you’ve got a system boiler – the type that heats up water for your bath or the washing up – there’s probably a large part of the day when you don’t need to use it.
  2. Put your hot water on a timer set to come on before you get up or get home – give it 20 minutes to heat up if it’s a newer boiler, 40 minutes if it’s older - and you’ll use less energy.
  3. If you’re in more at weekends, work out when you’ll need it most and set your programmer.

Mind the gaps

  1. If you live in an older house, you’ll know all about draughts. Decorator’s caulk is a flexible sealant which you can use to seal gaps around doors, windows and skirting boards. Add keyhole covers to doors and draught brushes at the bottom.
  2. If you’ve got gaps in your floorboards, a good rug will help. And they might look good, but open fireplaces can create a vacuum, sucking in cold air from the floor. A chimney balloon will could help fix that.

Thick curtains

  1. I often describe windows as ‘negative radiators’. Putting thick, heavy, curtains over them is like giving them a woolly jumper.
  2. Same goes for your front and back door. You could also add thermal lining. It’s not certain how much money it can save, but you should feel the difference. When your house is cold, every degree counts

Make the most of natural heat

  1. If you’ve got a conservatory or patio doors that catch the sun, keep the curtains open during the sunniest part of the day and let the warmth in.
  2. Don’t forget to shut them again once the sun goes down or you’ll be losing heat again fairly quickly.

Insulate

It’s really easy to add a few rolls of insulation to your loft. As long as it’s safe, get up in your roof and measure the gaps between joists. Buy insulation in the right width and depth and roll it out along the gaps.

That’s it. Don’t forget the dust mask – you don’t want to breathe in insulation dust. And if you can get to the joists in your cellar, you can buy insulation panels, cut them to size and pin them in place with tacks.

Bleed your radiators

Over time, radiators develop pockets of air, and these air pockets cause cold spots. To help your radiator get warm from top to bottom, you need to get the air out. Watch and I’ll show you how to bleed a radiator.

Energy Efficiency - Saving Your Energy

Could you qualify for free home insulation? Simply answer a few questions about your home and find out from the official Npower energy website.

Free energy saving

Free energy saving improvements could make your home warmer and more energy efficient. Find out about the ECO scheme

Energy efficiency products

From home insulation to selling your energy, how we can help reduce your energy bills. View all our energy efficient products

Energy saving advice

There are plenty of ways to save energy that won't affect your lifestyle. Energy efficiency help and advice

Frequently Asked Question - Npower FAQ

What is the Carbon Trust Standard?

This is an environmental award which recognises real achievements in reducing carbon emissions, water use and improving waste management

How does npower generate green energy?

Npower replaced old and inefficient lighting with the latest LED technology and this teamed with motion sensors and new controls has reduced the energy needed to light our offices.

Why is wind energy good for the environment?

Harnessing power from the wind is one of the cleanest and most sustainable ways to generate electricity as it produces no toxic pollution or global warming emissions. Wind is also abundant, inexhaustible, and affordable, which makes it a viable and large-scale alternative to fossil fuels.

How do I find out if I can benefit from npower’s Fuel Management programme?

Individuals who are identified as being in crisis by care professionals, such as Citizens Advice advisers, GPs, social workers or police, are issued with a Foodbank voucher to redeem at their local food bank. When the individual goes to the food bank with their voucher, if their household is supplied by npower on a prepayment meter (PPM) for electricity and/or gas, they will receive a top-up voucher.

Energy saving advice and ideas

Around your home

  1. Increasing your energy efficiency at home can be simpler than you think. There are plenty of ways to save energy that won't affect your lifestyle.
  2. Find out if you can qualify for free or subsidised energy saving improvements, such as a boiler and or insulation. Check and see through this government backed scheme if you can lower the cost of your energy bills and make your home more energy efficient - find out more
  3. Try Npower simple energy saving tips
  4. Download our guide to saving energy (PDF, 4,954 Kb)
  5. Fill out our free and impartial Home Energy Survey. Tell us about your home and energy usage and we'll make recommendations for reducing your energy usage, carbon footprint and bills
  6. If you're on an Economy 7 tariff, read our guide with to help you understand how it works and read our top tips for getting the most out of Economy 7.Getting the most out of Economy 7 tariff (PDF, 4,954 Kb).
  7. Get personalised energy saving advice and more with our energy usage toolkit.

All you need to do is activate your online account.

Compare how much gas or electricity you’ve used with other npower homes in your area
See how much you’re using in £, kWh and CO2 with Energy Tracker
Compare across years, and get a forecast of your future energy usage

Helping Npower customers to better manage their energy

There’s a lot going on in the energy industry. Npower have listened to your comments, and they’ll be making even more changes over the next few months to help make life a bit easier for you:

Standards of Conduct

Npower want to be more open and transparent. Ofgem, the energy industry regulator, has issued a new licence condition that asks us to explain how we treat customers fairly. So we’ll publish a report in December, which details how we’re ensuring the standards are applied throughout our business, at all levels, from the boardroom to our call centres. We plan to make it as easy as we can for everyone to contact Npower. They hopefully support this new licence condition – that’s one of the reasons why they’ve made our tariffs simpler.

Simplified Tariff Structure

Since September 2013, we’ve offered up to four simple tariffs. This helps customers understand their energy costs and make sure they’re getting the best tariff available.

Tariff Comparison Rate

From March 2014, we’ll help you to better understand the cost of your tariff so you can easily compare prices of different tariffs at a glance, on a like-for-like basis.

Helping you to choose the right tariff

From March 2014, we’ll also make sure it’s always easy to see which one of our tariffs is cheapest, so you can work out what’s best for your needs.

Make your home heating more efficient

Npower is here to help this winter
If you’re looking for ways to reduce your costs, take a look at our top tips for cutting your energy consumption down to size. And why not also check out our saving energy blogs at the bottom of the page?

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  1. Lights: Could you get into the habit of turning lights off when you leave a room? A family could save between £50 and £90 a year just by remembering to turn things off, if they don't already do this. (Source: Energy Savings Trust, October 2013).
  2. Showers: How about replacing a soak in the bath with a shower once a week? You’ll be surprised how much energy you could save this way.
  3. Washing machines: Check out your washing machine’s settings, see if there’s a ‘half load’ option for small amounts of clothes. With modern washing powders, you can usually choose a lower temperature on your washing machine too.

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Water temperature: Check the thermostat on your boiler, see what the temperature settings are for hot water and think about turning it down just a couple of degrees. That will make a difference to the amount of energy you’re using.

Heating: Turn down your general thermostat settings too: 21°c should be plenty. You may be used to having your house much warmer than this, so if your thermostat’s set at 24 or 25°c, turn it down one degree at a time over a couple of weeks. And just remember: every degree that you turn it down could save you around £65 a year on your heating bill! (Source: Energy Saving Trust, October 2013).

Radiators: Switch off radiators in the rooms you’re not using regularly and keep internal
doors shut. Otherwise, draughts and poorly insulated windows will mean you’re burning energy 
un-necessarily.

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Electrical goods: When you leave mobile phones, laptops and iPod chargers on standby, they could still be using energy. Switching them off and unplugging them once they’re fully charged is a great way to be more energy efficient. And remember – if your charger has an LED to show it’s in use, it’s still using energy until you switch it off at the wall.
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Appliances: Do you use a dishwasher? Wait until it’s fully loaded before starting it, and remember that – if you run it overnight – it’ll be using energy until you switch it off in the morning. Why not invest in a timer plug and run it automatically for a shorter period of time instead?

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Climate control? It’s easy

  1. Curtains: Closed curtains prevent warm air escaping from the windows at night, and that helps keep your house warmer for longer
  2. Radiators: Do make sure your radiators aren’t blocked by curtains or furniture – it’s good to make the best of the heat you’re paying for!
  3. Don’t forget: Also, if the sun warms some rooms but not others, leave internal doors open to let the warm air circulate throughout your home.


Fit a jacket to your hot water tank

  1. Treat your boiler to a new insulation jacket - it’ll keep your water hotter for longer and that will reduce your energy bills
  2. If you already have a hot water tank jacket, check it’s the recommended thickness of 75mm
  3. If not, a new one is easy to fit yourself - the materials will only cost you around £25 and you could save around £60 a year!
  4. With those savings, it could pay for itself in just a few months. (Source: Energy Savings Trust, October 2013).

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Track how much energy you’re using

  1. Energy monitors help you track how much energy you’re using
  2. They also pinpoint wasteful, inefficient appliances
  3. A monitor will cost somewhere around £50 to £100, but if you spot ways to save energy quickly, this could pay for itself within a year
  4. Energy monitors can be great to help educate your family on energy saving habits, keeping your bills down.

Buy draught excluders

  1. Draught excluders are great for keeping out the chilly draughts that sneak in around your windows and doors
  2. Thermal or heavy curtains help during the winter, as do letter box covers and key hole covers – keeping the cold chills out and the warm air in.

Use energy efficient light bulbs

  1. A new, energy-efficient light bulb uses much less electricity than an old-fashioned bulb
  2. When you swap your old bulbs for new energy-efficient version, you could be saving up to £50 each time over the lifetime of the bulb. (Source: Energy Savings Trust, October 2013)
  3. Remember: the savings you can achieve will depend on what you’re currently doing and how many changes you choose to make.

What's watt?

Like all energy companies, we measure how much energy you’ve used in kilowatt hours (kWh). When you use 1000 watts of energy for 1 hour, that's a kilowatt-hour. To make life easier, we’ve worked out the kWh measurements for some everyday examples so you can see how much energy you’re using.

Some appliances use more energy in an hour than others. The more energy they use, the more they cost to run.

Tests by Which? – the consumer group – in October 2013 showed that the fridge freezer using the fewest kWh costs just £14 per year to run. But other freezers could cost up to £102 per year to run. Even models with the same energy-efficiency rating can have very different annual running costs. Their tests found two A++ rated washing machines with difference over 30% - that’s £130 – over a five year period. For further information on how energy efficient appliances can help you save money in the long-run. (Source: Which?, October 2013).

Help manage your bills with energy saving advice

From time to time, Npower know that some customers may have trouble paying their bills. If you’re having difficulty paying, or are worried about meeting your payments, it’s important you let us know as soon as possible. That way, our specialist team can provide advice and support to help you get back on track.

Additional support - schemes and services

There are a range of schemes and services available that you could qualify for based on your property type, area or your personal circumstances.

1. ECO (Energy Company Obligation)

ECO is a government scheme that helps people keep their homes warm and save money on energy bills. We offer eligible customers free home improvements.

You may be eligible if you, or a member of your household, receive any of the following benefits:

State pension credit

  1. Child tax credit with an annual income of £15,860 or less
  2. Income-related employment and support allowance
  3. Income support
  4. Income-based job seekers allowance
  5. Working tax credit with an annual income of £15,860 or less
  6. Other qualifying factors: if you live in a specified postcode (defined by the government) or have a house that is difficult to insulate and keep warm.
  7. Find out what you’re entitled to with a free assessment

Warm Home Discount

The Warm Home Discount offers eligible npower customers an annual benefit of £135 (Inclusive of VAT) on their electricity bill in 2013/14.

You may be eligible if you’re receipt of:
  1. Income related support or allowances
  2. Certain tax credits
  3. Certain disability/incapacity benefits

Or, if you’re part of the ‘Core group’ which is:
  • 75 or over and getting the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit*
  • under 75 and only getting the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit (you won’t qualify if you also get Saving Credit)*

* If you are eligible for the Core Group Warm Home Discount the Department for Work and Pensions will contact you directly over the winter of 2013/14.

Warm Response Service Eligibility Criteria

You may be able to benefit from some of the services available if you:
  • Have poor health
  • Over 60
  • Disability

Warm Response Service

Npower Warm Response Service offers eligible customers extra help. If a customer is in poor health, is over 60 or has a disability, they may be able to benefit from some of our additional services.

Health Through Warmth

Health Through Warmth offers help to vulnerable people living in England and Wales who have long term, cold-related illnesses and need help to fund and install heating and insulation in their homes.

You may be eligible if you have:
  1. A long term, cold related illness
  2. Low household income, with little or no savings (assessed)
  3. Unable to fully fund measures themselves
  4. Homeowner.

Cold Weather Payments

Between 1 November and 31 March, if you’re claiming government benefits you may be able to get a Cold Weather Payment. Payments are made when the temperature locally is either recorded as, or forecast to be, an average of zero degrees Celsius or below over 7 consecutive days.

You may get Cold Weather Payments if you’re getting:
  1. Pension Credit
  2. Income Support
  3. Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  4. Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
  5. Universal Credit

Free home Energy insulation

Find out how much you could save: If your house isn’t fully insulated, having insulation installed will not only help keep your home warmer, but it could also help you save you money on your energy bills. Under the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) scheme, we are offering free insulation to eligible customers. To find out if you qualify to receive free loft insulation, free wall insulation and other energy saving home improvements, use our online eligibility checker.

Wall and loft insulation are amongst the most effective ways to reduce heat loss from your home and can really help to reduce your energy bills. Think of cavity wall insulation as a big coat for your house; the cavity between the two external walls is filled, preventing heat from escaping outside. Loft insulation acts in a similar way, preventing heat from escaping through the roof.

Cavity Wall Insulation

Cavity wall insulation acts in the same way as your big coat you wear on a cold day. Filling the gap between the two external walls helps prevent warmth from escaping from your home in the same way your coat prevents heat escaping from your body.

Some quick facts:

  1. It is generally suitable for properties built after the 1930s, where the external walls are made up of two layers with a small 'cavity' between them.
  2. The insulation is installed by drilling small holes in the mortar between the bricks and then pumping in the insulation material. This will take a couple of hours. The holes are then filled back in.

Loft Insulation

Loft insulation acts in the same way as a woolly hat. A woolly hat stops heat from your body escaping through the top of your head. Likewise, the heat in your home will rise but loft insulation will help prevent it all escaping through your roof.

Some quick facts:

Loft insulation usually takes a couple of hours to install. It is simply rolled out and laid flat across the loft floor, between and over the joists if they are visible.
Please take care when measuring your current level of insulation.

Energy Survey - Improve your energy efficiency

Want to find out how you could save money on your energy bills and become more energy efficient?

Simply fill out the Npower FREE Home Energy Survey answering questions about your home and we’ll use your answers to calculate the energy rating, running costs and carbon footprint for your home.

Npower will also use your answers to assess where you could improve your energy efficiency and make some recommendations that may help you to achieve this.

The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and you can do this by clicking on the button below.

Npower Corporate Responsibility Report (PDF, 950KB) - Download from official website

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