Your MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number) or Supply Number (S-Number) is a unique 13-digit reference code that is used to uniquely identify every electricity supply point in the UK. The number allows grid service providers and electricity companies to identify your meter easily and quickly.
You can find your MPAN a number of ways:
- By looking at your electricity bill.
- By contacting and ask your current electricity supplier.
- By contacting your local electricity distributor.
How to find your MPAN on your Bill
Usually your MPAN, also known as your “supply number”, can be found on your energy bill. Here's an example of what your MPAN number should look like:
We only need the last 13 digits to identify your meter, so if we ask you to provide your MPAN, you only need to enter the bottom line.
Don't have an energy bill?
If you don't have a bill, don’t worry, you can find your MPAN elsewhere. First, you can always call your supplier and ask them to give you your MPAN over the phone.
Not sure who your supplier is?
If you want to find out who supplies your electricity then simply visit the website of the Energy Networks Association and enter your postcode. You’ll then be given details of your supplier, including a phone number to call and ask what your MPAN number is.
If you can’t do that, you can also contact your local electricity distributor - the details of which can be found on the same Energy Networks Association website. The UK is split into 14 different regions and each region has a local distribution company. They keep a record of the MPANs for each household.
Once you’ve found that out, follow the guides below for each of the six local distributors.
- UK Power Networks (East of England, London, South East England) – Follow the instructions here.
- SP Energy Networks (Southern Scotland, Merseyside & North Wales) – Follow the instructions here.
- Western Power Distribution (West Midlands, East Midlands, South Wales, South West England) – Click here, click “Who is my supplier” about half way down the page and follow the instructions.
- Northern Powergrid (North East England, Yorkshire) – Follow the instructions here.
- Electricity North West (North West England) – Follow the instructions here.
- Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (Northern Scotland and Southern England) – Call 0345 026 2554 or email email@example.com.