The Energia hamsters with Geoff Codd announce the Energia best Dual Fuel and Electricity offers plus new home energy efficiency scheme

Energia launches Cosy Homes Scheme to help energy customers save even more

The scheme provides a one-stop-shop for home energy efficiency upgrades.

For the past while, Energia has offered the biggest dual fuel and electricity discounts in the market - with savings of up to €177 available for an average electricity customer switching from a standard tariff to Energia’s Cheapest Electricity (33% discount) tariff.

Switch to the cheapest electricity deal

And today, Energia announced that householders can save even more by using the Energia Cosy Homes Scheme to undertake an energy efficiency project in their home.

The scheme provides a one-stop-shop for home energy efficiency upgrades, from the initial audit to managing grant applications and carrying out all the works, in partnership with House2Home.

These services are available to both new and existing Energia customers, and it’s possible to make substantial savings, through a combination of SEAI grant funding and Energia customer discounts.

For example, Energia can provide attic insulation, at a saving of €500 on the recommended retail price.

An annual saving of €1.2 million on energy bills

Energia says it has already supported over 10,000 efficiency upgrades in homes across Ireland, and the relevant homes have made a combined annual saving of over €1.2 million on their energy bills.

Energia’s Head of Marketing and Retail Development, Geoff Codd, said: “Energia is consistently the cheapest Dual Fuel and electricity provider in Ireland’s home energy market.

“Our new Energia Cosy Homes Scheme provides grants for new and existing Energia customers and will help get them ready for winter. The Cosy Homes Scheme provides a really handy one-stop-shop for customers.”

Home heating thermostat

In addition to discounted plans and the new Cosy Homes Scheme, Energia is also currently offering the Netatmo home heating thermostat free of charge with all boiler services.

These retail at around €200, and - according to the Netatmo website - can help consumers reduce their carbon footprint and save on average 37% on their energy consumption.

You can save up to €324 by switching to a cheaper energy deal and learn about energy efficiency on Switcher.ie. To read more about the Cost Homes Scheme, visit the Energia website.