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Your Supply

How can you tell?

If your Gas & Electricity are on the same plan from the same supplier choose ‘yes’.

Your Gas & Electricity

Payment methods

Choose Direct Debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of receipt of bill if you pay your bill by cash or cheque, and Pay As You Go / prepayment meter if you pay in advance with a smart card, token, or key.

Current Tariff Type

A 24 Hour tariff is a single rate for electricity consumption. It does not differentiate between peak and off-peak usage. Meter Type MCC01.

A Nightsaver tariff has 2 different rates day and night usage. Customers on a NightSaver tariffs are charged a discounted rate for electricity used at night. Meter type MCC02.

A Smart tariff allows for flexible pricing based on time-of-use. Users can potentially save on bills by shifting usage to times when electricity is cheaper. Meter type MCC12 and MCC16.

We need to know your tariff type in order to make sure we compare the correct tariff and show you the most accurate prices.

NightSaver Consumption

Please select what percentage of electricity consumption is during NightSaver hours. The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) states that the national average ratio is 38%. Your NightSaver ratio may vary from this. The Night Rate charges apply between 11pm and 8am (winter time) or between 12am and 9am (summer time). To get the best results, it is important to enter your details accurately.

Electricity supply region

In order to present you with the most accurate comparison results we need to know if you’re a urban or rural electricity customer. Your supply region is determined by ESB Networks. It should appear on your bill so look for the word urban or rural. Alternatively, this can appear as DG1 (Urban Domestic Customers) or DG2 (Rural Domestic Customers). It may appear next to your tariff or plan name.

How can you tell?

The name of your tariff should appear on your bill, look for the words plan or tariff. It may be on the back or hidden away in the margins.

How long have you been on your current tariff?

The following information is required to calculate your savings figure accurately. The tariff you selected has a discount, we need to calculate when your discount comes to an end.

Gas National Average

Your calculations will be based on the Gas National Average. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 11,000 kW/h of Gas per year.

Electricity National Average

Your calculations will be based on the Electricity National Average. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 4,200 kW/h of Electricity per year.

Your Results

Select 'Yes' to only show plans which Switcher.ie can switch you to today. Select 'No' to show all plans, including plans that require switching directly through the supplier.

ESB Networks is upgrading 2.4 million electricity meters to smart meters. A Smart Meter measures electricity usage, similar to a traditional meter, without the need for estimated meter readings. With Smart Meters, you no longer have to submit readings or have someone read the meter. Smart Meters can help reduce your bills and your carbon footprint by always reflecting the electricity you’ve actually used.

Some energy suppliers offer you a cashback incentive when you sign up to their energy plan. Select ‘Yes’ if you would like to include cashback in your calculations. Cashback will only be included in your calculations when it is automatically applied to your account. If you need to contact the supplier to claim your cashback, it is not included in your calculations, even if you select ‘Yes’. Some suppliers may refer to cashback as an ‘Online Welcome Bonus’ or ‘Welcome Credit’.

Your Electricity

Electricity supply region

In order to present you with the most accurate comparison results we need to know if you’re a urban or rural electricity customer. Your supply region is determined by ESB Networks. It should appear on your bill so look for the word urban or rural. Alternatively, this can appear as DG1 (Urban Domestic Customers) or DG2 (Rural Domestic Customers). It may appear next to your tariff or plan name.

Current Tariff Type

A 24 Hour tariff is a single rate for electricity consumption. It does not differentiate between peak and off-peak usage. Meter Type MCC01.

A Nightsaver tariff has 2 different rates day and night usage. Customers on a NightSaver tariffs are charged a discounted rate for electricity used at night. Meter type MCC02.

A Smart tariff allows for flexible pricing based on time-of-use. Users can potentially save on bills by shifting usage to times when electricity is cheaper. Meter type MCC12 and MCC16.

We need to know your tariff type in order to make sure we compare the correct tariff and show you the most accurate prices.

NightSaver Consumption

Please select what percentage of electricity consumption is during NightSaver hours. The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) states that the national average ratio is 38%. Your NightSaver ratio may vary from this. The Night Rate charges apply between 11pm and 8am (winter time) or between 12am and 9am (summer time). To get the best results, it is important to enter your details accurately.

Payment methods

Choose Direct Debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of receipt of bill if you pay your bill by cash or cheque, and Pay As You Go / prepayment meter if you pay in advance with a smart card, token, or key.

What Electricity plan are you on?

It should appear on your bill so look for the words plan or tariff. It may be on the back or hidden away in the margins.

How long have you been on your current tariff?

The following information is required to calculate your savings figure accurately. The tariff you selected has a discount, we need to calculate when your discount comes to an end.

Electricity National Average

Your calculations will be based on the Electricity National Average. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 4,200 kW/h of Electricity per year.

Your Gas

Payment methods

Choose Direct Debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of receipt of bill if you pay your bill by cash or cheque, and Pay As You Go / prepayment meter if you pay in advance with a smart card, token, or key.

What gas plan are you on?

It should appear on your bill so look for the words plan or tariff. It may be on the back or hidden away in the margins.

How long have you been on your current tariff?

The following information is required to calculate your savings figure accurately. The tariff you selected has a discount, we need to calculate when your discount comes to an end.

Gas National Average

Your calculations will be based on the Gas National Average. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 11,000 kW/h of Gas per year.

Your Results

Select 'Yes' to only show plans which Switcher.ie can switch you to today. Select 'No' to show all plans, including plans that require switching directly through the supplier.

ESB Networks is upgrading 2.4 million electricity meters to smart meters. A Smart Meter measures electricity usage, similar to a traditional meter, without the need for estimated meter readings. With Smart Meters, you no longer have to submit readings or have someone read the meter. Smart Meters can help reduce your bills and your carbon footprint by always reflecting the electricity you’ve actually used.

Some energy suppliers offer you a cashback incentive when you sign up to their energy plan. Select ‘Yes’ if you would like to include cashback in your calculations. Cashback will only be included in your calculations when it is automatically applied to your account. If you need to contact the supplier to claim your cashback, it is not included in your calculations, even if you select ‘Yes’. Some suppliers may refer to cashback as an ‘Online Welcome Bonus’ or ‘Welcome Credit’.

Your Electricity

Electricity supply region

In order to present you with the most accurate comparison results we need to know if you’re a urban or rural electricity customer. Your supply region is determined by ESB Networks. It should appear on your bill so look for the word urban or rural. Alternatively, this can appear as DG1 (Urban Domestic Customers) or DG2 (Rural Domestic Customers). It may appear next to your tariff or plan name.

Current Tariff Type

A 24 Hour tariff is a single rate for electricity consumption. It does not differentiate between peak and off-peak usage. Meter Type MCC01.

A Nightsaver tariff has 2 different rates day and night usage. Customers on a NightSaver tariffs are charged a discounted rate for electricity used at night. Meter type MCC02.

A Smart tariff allows for flexible pricing based on time-of-use. Users can potentially save on bills by shifting usage to times when electricity is cheaper. Meter type MCC12 and MCC16.

We need to know your tariff type in order to make sure we compare the correct tariff and show you the most accurate prices.

NightSaver Consumption

Please select what percentage of electricity consumption is during NightSaver hours. The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) states that the national average ratio is 38%. Your NightSaver ratio may vary from this. The Night Rate charges apply between 11pm and 8am (winter time) or between 12am and 9am (summer time). To get the best results, it is important to enter your details accurately.

Payment methods

Choose Direct Debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of receipt of bill if you pay your bill by cash or cheque, and Pay As You Go / prepayment meter if you pay in advance with a smart card, token, or key.

What Electricity plan are you on?

It should appear on your bill so look for the words plan or tariff. It may be on the back or hidden away in the margins.

How long have you been on your current tariff?

The following information is required to calculate your savings figure accurately. The tariff you selected has a discount, we need to calculate when your discount comes to an end.

Electricity National Average

Your calculations will be based on the Electricity National Average. According to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), the average Irish household uses 4,200 kW/h of Electricity per year.

Your Results

Select 'Yes' to only show plans which Switcher.ie can switch you to today. Select 'No' to show all plans, including plans that require switching directly through the supplier.

ESB Networks is upgrading 2.4 million electricity meters to smart meters. A Smart Meter measures electricity usage, similar to a traditional meter, without the need for estimated meter readings. With Smart Meters, you no longer have to submit readings or have someone read the meter. Smart Meters can help reduce your bills and your carbon footprint by always reflecting the electricity you’ve actually used.

Some energy suppliers offer you a cashback incentive when you sign up to their energy plan. Select ‘Yes’ if you would like to include cashback in your calculations. Cashback will only be included in your calculations when it is automatically applied to your account. If you need to contact the supplier to claim your cashback, it is not included in your calculations, even if you select ‘Yes’. Some suppliers may refer to cashback as an ‘Online Welcome Bonus’ or ‘Welcome Credit’.

Your Gas

Payment methods

Choose Direct Debit if the amount is automatically deducted from your bank account, pay on receipt of receipt of bill if you pay your bill by cash or cheque, and Pay As You Go / prepayment meter if you pay in advance with a smart card, token, or key.

What gas plan are you on?

It should appear on your bill so look for the words plan or tariff. It may be on the back or hidden away in the margins.