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Compare the cheapest electricity prices & switch to a cheaper deal that could save you up to €423
|Supplier||Plan Name||Annual Cost||Savings|
|Energia||Electricity 41% Discount (DD & eBill)||€765||€248|
|Iberdrola||Green 32.5 (DD & eBill)||€772||€241|
|Flogas||Summer Saver 33 Electricity (DD & Paper bill)||€788||€225|
|Flogas||Summer Saver 33 Electricity 2 Year (DD & Paper bill)||€788||€225|
|Glowpower||Special Simple Rate (DD & eBill)||€791||€222|
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Savings message is per year, compared to the typical standard electricity tariff, and based on the national average consumption. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 4,200 kW/h of electricity per year. Calculation based on Urban 24 electricity tariff. Costs include 13.5% VAT, annual cost includes standing charge and PSO levy.
The comparison prices are for new customers only. At Switcher.ie, whether you are looking for the cheapest electricity price, discounted saving, or best fixed or variable rates we compare electricity plans from all Irish electricity suppliers to find the best deal for you. Last updated on 29/05/2020.
Switcher.ie is accredited by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities as an impartial, accurate and independent supplier of energy price comparisons.
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities assists energy customers by providing information and resolving complaints. Find more information at cru.ie/home/customer-care.
Many suppliers claim to be the cheapest, but who really has the best gas and electricity deals in the market?
Switching to a new gas and electricity deal is quick and easy, and could save you hundreds of euro.
Why pay more than you need to for your electricity? Here’s how to compare prices and switch to a new plan that costs less.
We’ve got all the information how to choose the right gas plan and save hundreds of euro.
Switcher.ie is a free, impartial and independent price comparison and energy switching service in Ireland. We compare gas and electricity suppliers to help you:
We’re also accredited by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), which means the CRU endorses Switcher.ie as an independent, impartial and accurate source of information.
985 customers have reviewed our switching service awarding us a rating of 4.74, showing our customers are happy that they’re getting the best energy deals.
We include all of Ireland’s 13 energy suppliers in our comparison service, so you can be confident you’re getting the best possible deal.
In a few simple steps you can compare the best gas & electricity deals in your area and then switch suppliers online in minutes.
It’s easy to do and switching to a cheaper energy deal could save you up to €423 per year.
To switch your energy supplier you’ll need the following:
If you don’t know where to start, our energy guides can help you with the basics, explain more about the Irish energy market, and help you to understand how to switch to a new supplier.
Switching is quick and easy. We can show you how much you could save in just a few minutes.
Then, once you’ve chosen your new energy deal it takes no more than 28 days to move to your new supplier and shutdown your old account.
During this time, you won’t lose your existing supply of gas and electricity.
At least once a year.
Most energy discounts last for the first year, so if you’ve been with the same energy supplier for over 12 months then the chances are you’re paying more than you need to for your gas and electricity.
SEAI stands for Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland and is Ireland’s national sustainable energy authority. SEAI grants are helping homeowners reduce their energy costs and greenhouse emissions. Visit SEAI.ie for more information.
Rebecca was a great help following through with helping me and contacting my suppliers. Couldn't recommend switcher enoughNigel, 21st May, 2020
Overall very straightforward to switch using switcher.ie. I chose to use the switcher website as iberdrola had issues with the security cert and I could trust the switcher website. Maybe no need for advertisement emails afterwards!Anonymous, 3rd February, 2020
It was very easy to do the switch as I thought it would be a long-drawn-out process.Anonymous, 2nd February, 2020