Be prepared in the event of a power cut – sign up to SP Energy Networks’ free Priority Services Register
Despite having one of the most reliable electricity networks In the UK, bad weather can sometimes lead to power cuts, which is why we are working with SP Energy Networks to raise awareness of its free Priority Services Register.
The free Priority Services Register provides extra support during power cuts for those who need a little extra help during planned or unplanned power interruptions.
People who are
- over the age of 60
- have children under the age of 5
- have a chronic illness or mobility issues can sign up for free and benefit from a wide range of support.
- This includes:
- being proactively contacted if there’s a known power outage in the local area
- receiving a support pack during storms and power outages containing essentials like torches, blankets, hand warmers
- having access to a dedicated welfare number during periods of storms and significant events.
Kendal Morris, Customer Service Director at SP Energy Networks said:
“Customer safety is always our top priority and we are committed to supporting our local communities, particularly those customers who are in need of a little extra help. The free Priority Services Register provides invaluable support for our customers during planned and unplanned power outages, and I really encourage all those who are eligible to sign up today to ensure they receive the support they are entitled to”.
John Hayward-Cripps, CEO of Neighbourhood Watch Network said:
“Supporting the vulnerable and isolated is fundamental to what we do, which is why are pleased to be raising awareness of this vital service for those who need a bit of extra support. If you know someone who can benefit, please let them know about the service and how to sign up.”
For more information, please visit:
or call 0330 10 10 167.
Text PSR to 61999 to sign up today.
Central Support Team, Neighbourhood Watch Network
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