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Join millions of other households with a Smart meter and make it easier to see where you could save money.

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Our prices are changing

If you’re on one of our standard variable or Fix Again tariffs, our gas and electricity prices will be changing on 1 January 2019 in line with Ofgem’s default tariff price cap. Find out why it’s happening and how it will affect you.

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Our customer offers

Free Take Time Out annual membership worth £60

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Available to our energy customers. Terms and conditions apply.

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The Smart way to see your energy

Smart meters are the next generation of gas and electricity meters. Unlike traditional meters they communicate between your home and your energy supplier using a wireless network.

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Supporting you and the community

Could you qualify for a free oil boiler and home insulation?

“I’d been quoted £2,800 for a new boiler. Thanks to npower, I got it for free.” John Hunt, Norfolk.

Answer a few simple questions and you could have a warmer home and save money.

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Need help repairing or replacing your heating system?

If you own your own home you could qualify for funding from Health Through Warmth

More about the scheme

Macmillan Cancer Support

Do you know someone living with cancer who needs help with their energy bills? We may be able to help.

Find out more about Macmillan Cancer Support

In partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support

npower plans to merge with SSE's domestic retail business in Great Britain

npower announced that it plans to merge with SSE's domestic retail business in Great Britain to create a major new energy supply and services company. We would like to assure npower customers that there are no changes to tariffs, products or our terms and conditions.

It will be a long process of many months before the two businesses can combine into one – including getting the necessary competition authority approval – so for now it is business as usual.

Find out more about the merger