Compare Electricity Prices in Ireland

The electricity switching market in Ireland is very competitive,  with suppliers regularly doing special offers, discount codes or other promotions such as cashback. Many thousands of people in Ireland have never switched electricity supplier  – (about 36% of all households) . By doing a comparison of electricity prices and switching to the cheapest electricity supplier, […]
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Electricity and Gas Prices – Don’t be Fooled

With the deregulation of the home energy market in Ireland ,back in 2011, came an increase in hard sell tactics and advertising campaigns. Here in Ireland, doorstep and on-street sales are still used by some energy companies.  There has been recent activity by PrePayPower and Just Energy. Doorstep sales usually involves using commission based staff  […]
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Electric Ireland Higher Standing Charges for Low Usage

Just a reminder that  Electric Ireland  have higher electricity standing charges for  Low Usage Customers . It is 8.63 cents per day more that the normal standing charge. This equates to approximately € 5.25 (inc. VAT)  extra per two monthly billing period. Or  €31.50 a year. The higher charge is only applicable to customers who […]
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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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Energy Price Increases 2017

Most of the Irish electricity and gas providers have recently introduced  price increases. Bord Gais Energy (Part of Centrica) increased gas prices by 3.4% and standard electricity rates  by 5.9% from November 1st 2017. SSE Airtricity increased standard  rates on electricity by 5.6% also from Nov 1st 2017 Electric Ireland  increased electricty prices  by 4% […]
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