Get Free Insulation in Dublin with the Warmth and Wellbeing Scheme

A new scheme to install free insulation and other energy efficiency measures in certain households has been running for over two years now. It is called “Warmth and Wellbeing” and is being piloted in selected areas of Dublin. Under the scheme – households where a member has a chronic respiratory disease and who meet teh […]
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Panda Power Now Doing Gas as well as Electricity

The company behind Panda Waste launched a new electricity supply company called Panda Power back in June 2015 – and it became the seventh  domestic supplier of electricity in Ireland. Since March 2018 they have also started supplying gas to homes. PandaPower  were  initially aiming to attract customers who already use them for waste collection […]
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Switching Energy Suppliers – Some Figures

There is some fairly healthy competition in the Irish energy market – but there is probably still some scope for further price cuts. Energt prices in Ireland tend to be higher than other EU countries – this is because  of a) our high reliance on imported fuel and b) our  low population density which results […]
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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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Bord Gais Energy Price Cuts : Switching Will Save More

The wholesale prices of oil and gas have been falling for several months now – and this is one of the reasons that Bord Gais Energy say they have announced upcoming price cuts to Gas and Electricity. The reductions come into force on the 16th March 2015 and will apply to new and existing customers […]
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Centrica now own Bord Gais Energy

We have known about the selling off by the state of Bord Gais Energy for a while now  – but most people in Ireland are probably not aware that it has already happened. Most of the 650,000 Bord Gais Energy customers probably haven’t noticed the privatisation of their energy supplier that is is now owned […]
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