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.
In March 2018 they also started supplying gas to homes.
In September 2022 – Panda Power announced that it will cease operations and exit the Irish market because of surging wholesale energy prices.
The company has around 50,000 electricity customers, and 10,000 gas customers, and is the fourth supplier to exit the Irish market in the space of a few months following the departure of Iberdrola, Glowpower and Bright Energy.
Panda Power was initially aiming to attract customers who already used them for waste collection services – but any household in Ireland can become a customer of Panda Power.
The electricity pricing at launch was fairly competitive – with discounted pricing for the first year . switchers out there.
See our current Dual Fuel Price Comparison .
More About Panda Power : Panda Power is part of the Beauparc Utility Group (previously called Vivasdale Ltd). Beauparc is based in Co Meath and employ about 1600 people and have a turnover of approx €300 million. They also own Panda Waste, Scotwaste and Greenstar .