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Providing Meter Readings

It’s important to ensure we have up to date meter readings which help make sure your bills are as accurate as possible. If we have to estimate your bills, there is a risk you will build up either a credit (you’re paying too much) or a debt (you’re not paying enough). You can help by providing us with regular meter readings - it’s easy to do - just see below.

How to enter your meter readings:

Get the YourEnergy App

Our YourEnergy App makes it easy to give us your readings. It’s simple to use, and because you can use the YourEnergy App on your mobile device when taking the meter reading, it’s convenient too.

Download the App

Online

If you have an online account, log in to MyAccount and select Enter Meter Reading. It’s as simple as that.

Log in or register

Phone

Call our 24 hour automated meter reading service and give your meter readings over the phone.

Call free on 0800 027 8000

Need help reading your meters?

Take a look at our meter reading video guides.

Video guides

Pay As You Go Customer?

There’s no need to provide regular meter readings if you have prepayment meter. Your meter readings are sent automatically to us from your payment key/card each time you top up. However, if you would like to provide a reading simply

Contact us

Need help reading your prepayment meter? Click here for more information.

What happens if I don’t provide meter readings?

We can only provide you with an accurate bill if we have up to date meter readings. If we have to estimate your bills, there is a risk you will build up either a credit (you’re paying too much) or a debt (you’re not paying enough). If we don’t receive actual meter reads from you and if our meter readers are unable to access your property to obtain an actual meter, then we may still send you a bill for energy consumed more than 12 months prior to the bill. This is in line with your terms and conditions (Section 8.8). Please provide up to date meter readings as soon as possible.

Updated by ScottishPower | 24 Oct 19

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