We know that the region is relying on us now more than ever to power homes, key businesses and hospitals. As an essential service, we're continuing to operate and maintain the network 24/7, as we do every day.
We have two priorities. Keeping our employees safe, and keeping power flowing to the region. We know that our role is even more important while customers self-isolate, work from home and support family members.
We want to reassure you that we are continuing with our essential maintenance of the network as well as responding to power cuts, like we do 365 days a year. Our extensive and robust business continuity plans are helping us minimise the impact on customers.
We are also working closely with Government and Ofgem as well as Energy Networks Association to ensure a consistent industry-approach. Any significant updates will be shared here or on our social media channels.
If you do have a power cut please visit our live power cut information pages, social media channels or call us on 105. If you have received communication from the NHS advising you to take additional measures to protect yourself from coronavirus then you can consider signing up to our Priority Service Register which gives free additional support in the event of a power cut.
You can read more about the wider industry response at www.energynetworks.org/coronavirus.
Electricity North West committed to keeping the power flowing during Coronavirus pandemic
Engineers from the region’s power network will continue to work throughout the Coronavirus pandemic to keep power flowing to homes.
The key workers keeping your power flowing
Electricity North West has reassured customers about power supplies in the region as teams of engineers continue working to keep power flowing.
Electricity North West supports Government and NHS to create field hospital
Engineers from Electricity North West have supported the creation of the region’s first specialist field hospital.
Key workers bring a spark of kindness in Greater Manchester
Key workers from Electricity North West are also working as volunteers to ensure people across Greater Manchester don’t go without food.
Electricity North West supports thousands during coronavirus pandemic
Electricity North West is proud to have provided critical support to its customers and local communities when they have needed it the most during the coronavirus pandemic.
Power reassurances made ahead of further local lockdowns
Since the start of the pandemic, engineers at the power network have continued to work on the overhead powerlines and underground cables to keep the power flowing.
How we are helping colleagues, customers and our community
At Electricity North West we have two overriding priorities, first the safety and welfare of our colleagues and customers and secondly the maintenance of power supplies to our customers.
Keeping customers and colleagues safe
Safety and the welfare of our colleagues, contractors and customers is our top priority and we've developed simple guidelines to keep everyone safe when visiting your property.
Help from energy suppliers during the coronavirus breakout
We work closely with suppliers who you pay your bill to, and they may be able to give you extra help, so we’re sharing some important information from them.
Working with landowners throughout Coronavirus
Electricity North West is working with the National Farmers Union, CLA and other landowners to ensure we keep the power flowing for our five million customers.
BITC National Business Response Network
The National Business Response Network which brokers support between community groups in need and member businesses that are able to offer support or resources during the pandemic.
GM Good Employment Charter
Have a read of our guest blog from our Human Resources Director, Rachael Parr
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