Energia Electricity and Gas Prices

Updated  May 2019 

The Latest  Energia Promotional code means even lower Electricity and Gas pricesSee full details of Energia Promotional Offer  here

Energia  launched their residential gas and electricity supply in Ireland back in January 2014. At the launch , Energia said they would be offering “significant” savings for customers. They were originally offering up to 16% off their standard unit rates for new customers who signed up for 12 months.

The latest dual fuel offer from Energia is 35% off electricty rates and 34% off gas unit rates  – plus €50 cashback. This discount and cashback offer is only available on the Energia Website.

This  Energia deal is currently the best dual fuel deal for average usage over the first 12 months .
See how good this offer is compared to other energy  providers here.


The current Energia Promotional code for Electricity is –  CHEAPESTFUEL  . This will get you 36% off electricity rates for a year on the Energia Website

The  works out at €838 in year one for average usage.    This works out as a saving in year one of €206 compared to staying on Electric Ireland’s standard rates.


Energia is part of the Viridian Group which is owned by Isquared Capita. Before Energia  entered the residential market it already provided electricity and gas to over 65,000 business customers in Ireland.
Viridian is the leading independent energy company in the all-Ireland market.  With substantial businesses in both NI and the ROI and an annual turnover of circa €1.5 Billion, the Viridian Group is one of Ireland’s Top 50 Businesses

Before you decide to change energy provider you should check out our pages on the current best deals on  Gas Prices and Electricity Prices

Our main message is – if you have never switched energy supplier and you are stuck on standard rates from Electric Ireland or Bord Gais Energy  – then you should look at switching . It could save you hundreds of euro a year.

Check our Discount Alert Page  for more online offers.

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