Not sure who your energy supplier is? Here’s how to find out who supplies gas and electricity to your home.
You can find out who your electricity supplier is by looking at the details of your energy tariff on a recent energy bill.
If you don’t have a bill available, or if you’ve just moved home and aren’t sure which utility company supplies your new property, you can:
As with electricity, you can find out who your gas supplier by looking at the details of your energy tariff on a recent energy bill.
If you can’t find a recent bill, and no-one you live with knows who your gas supplier is, you can:
If you have both gas and electricity in your home, you may be signed up to the same supplier for both. If you have just moved home or can’t find a recent bill contact ESB or Gas Networks using the contact details above.
Your supplier will be able to confirm whether you have a dual fuel tariff or stand-alone plan.
Alternatively, you can sign up as a customer with any electricity, gas or dual fuel supplier who will organise the connection to ESB Networks or Gas Networks Ireland for you.
If you have just moved to a new property and want to change your supplier or arrange a new connection, here’s a list of all the gas and electricity suppliers in Ireland.
Here are the electricity suppliers in Ireland:
The majority of these are traditional suppliers, while Pinergy and PrePayPower are prepay electricity suppliers. Electric Ireland also offers prepay electricity, in addition to its standard plans.
These are the traditional gas suppliers in Ireland:
These are the dual fuel suppliers in Ireland:
Switching to a new electricity, gas or dual fuel supplier is quick and easy and could save you up to €527 on your energy bills.
We help with the process so it’s easier to start saving on your energy bills. All you need to do is:
If you’d like to find out more about changing your supplier, visit How to switch your gas and electricity for our step by step guide.