Switching Electricity Supplier in Ireland

Here at MoneyguideIreland.com  we are always advising people to shop around and switch suppliers to reduce bills – but how many people have actually switched their Electricity provider? The CER (Comission for Regulation of Utilities ) recently released some research on the switching of electricity suppliers in Ireland. (2018). See out latest Electricity Price Comparison […]
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Which Electricity Supplier has the best Satisfaction Ratings ?

In 2016 a customer satisfaction survey was carried out on Electricity suppliers in Ireland by the Commission for Energy Regulation  (CER) .  The survey just involved the top 5 suppliers of domestic household electricity. Bord Gais Energy came top in this customer satisfaction survey with 91% of Electricity customers saying they were satisfied overall. Not […]
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Electricity and Gas Price Reductions

Most of the Irish energy suppliers have announced forthcoming  price cuts in the past few weeks. Flogas said they will cut unit rates on gas by 3% on April 1st. They have the smallest amount of domestic gas customers. Last week Electric Ireland said they will be cutting gas unit prices by 2.5% from April […]
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ESB – Electric Ireland Price Increase in October

ESB have confirmed they will be increasing Electricity charges by 14% from October  1st 2011 . The ESB dropped prices back  in April – undercutting both Airtricity and Bord Gais. Our recent comparison of Electricity prices showed that after the latest Bord Gais electricity price increase –  ESB were the cheapest for electricity. If both […]
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Airtricity to Supply Gas

Airtricity – who are already in competition with ESB for Electricity supply – have started accepting customers for GAS . You can see the various energy suppliers prices here : Electricity Prices ::     Gas Prices You can only get gas from Airtricity if you get electricity from them too. Airtricity prices for gas […]
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Electricity Prices Reduced

From October 1st 2009 – all the electricity suppliers in Ireland have reduced their prices for residential customers. See the latest comparison of electricity prices here. ESB , Airtricity and Bord Gais charges have all dropped by about 3%  with effect from October 1st 2009. Bord Gais and Airtricity are still actively promoting their services […]
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