Meter Point Administration Number (MPAN)
The MPAN is a 21-digit reference used in Great Britain to uniquely identify electricity supply points.
Click a label or MPAN number block to reveal information about that section of the MPAN number.
Meter Time Switch Code
Line Loss Factor
Meter Point ID Number
||Due to the P272 legislation, from April 2017 all meters with the profile class 05-08 will be converted to Half-Hourly (HH) meters, so their profile class will change to 00.
||Domestic Economy 7
||Non Domestic Economy 7
||Non Domestic Maximum Demand - Peak Load Factor of less than 20%
||Non Domestic Maximum Demand - Peak Load Factor of between 20% and 30%
||Non Domestic Maximum Demand - Peak Load Factor of between 30% and 40%
||Non Domestic Maximum Demand - Peak Load Factor of over 40%
|Meter Time Switch Code (MTC)
||The MTC indicates how many registers (set of meter reads or dials) your electricity meter has and what times they’ll operate during the day. For Example, the MTC will show if your meter has two registers, one which records day consumption, the other night consumption.
|Line Loss Factor (LLF)
||LLF’S are multipliers which are used to scale energy consumed or generated to account for losses on the UK's Distribution Networks. LLFs are applied in both Central Volume Allocation (CVA) LLF and Supplier Volume Allocation (SVA) LLF.
||North Wales / Cheshire
||North East England
||North West England
|Scottish Hydro Electric
||South East England
|South Wales Electricity
||South West England
|Meter Point ID Number
||Meter Point ID Number is the unique identifying code assigned to your meter.
||The Check Digit is calculated from the distributor ID and meter point ID. It is provided so other systems can validate your MPAN.