Essentially, PES distributors are responsible for the energy infrastructure of your area: they manage the power stations and maintain cables, pylons and more. Your PES supplier is responsible for the availability of energy in your area. You are likely to have to deal with your PES supplier if you want to add renewable energy sources, such as large scale solar panels and wind turbines, to your site, or if you want to upgrade or downgrade your electricity supply.
Your PES area can have significant implications for your energy costs and availability. Use our table below to find out who your PES supplier is.
|Distribution Network||Area||Area ID|
Independent Distribution Network Operators are in charge of local electricity distribution. IDNOs are regulated by Ofgem via ‘Relative Price Control’. More information can be found here.
|Name||Licensee||MPAS Operator ID||Area ID|
|Envoy||Independent Power Networks||IPNL||24|
|ESP Electricity||ESP Electricity||LENG||25|
|Energetics||Global Utilities Connections (Electric) Ltd||GUCL||26|
|GTC||The Electricity Network Company Ltd||ETCL||27|
|EDF IDNO||UK Power Networks (IDNO) Ltd||EDFI||28|
|HARLAXTON ENERGY NETWORKS LTD||Harlaxton (IDNO)||HARL||29|
|Peel Electricity Networks Ltd||Peel Electricity Networks (IDNO)||PENL||30|