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Energia

Energia Group is the largest supplier of 100% green energy in Ireland. They offer electricity, gas and dual fuel plans.

Energia’s cheapest electricity, gas and dual fuel plans

Here are the cheapest electricity, gas and dual fuel plans from Energia. The table shows the cost to the average electricity, gas and dual fuel customer for the first year.

According to the CRU, the average electricity customer uses 4,200 kW/h per year, while the average gas customer uses 11,000 kW/h per year.

Fuel type Plan Name Price
Electricity Cheapest Electricity €960
Gas Cheapest Gas €888
Dual Fuel Cheapest Dual Fuel €1,665

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About Energia Gas and Electricity

Energia supplies 100% green electricity to more than 250,000 homes and businesses in Ireland.

The Energia Group includes: Energia Supply, Energia Renewables and Energia Generation.

Energia price changes

In June 2021, Energia announced that it was to increase its prices, effective 8 July.

  • Electricity rates to increase by 9.7% which will raise the average electricity bill by €125
  • Gas rates raised by 9.7% which will increase bills by €89 for the average gas customer.

Energia’s last price change took place in March 2021 with a price hike of 8.6% and 5.7% to their standard electricity and gas rates, respectively. This increase added approximately €150 per annum to the average residential dual fuel bill

Prior to this, Energia announced a decrease in both gas and electricity tariffs from 1st June 2020. This price change seen gas and electricity rates reduce by 12% and 3%, respectively.

How does Energia generate gas and electricity?

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) requires that electricity suppliers disclose the sources they use to generate their energy each year.

Energia has been recognised by the CRU for having 100% renewably-sourced “green” energy for the last six years in a row and is the only one of the larger energy suppliers to achieve this.

Energia Fuel Mix 2019

  • Gas 0%
  • Renewable 100%
  • Coal 0%
  • Peat 0%
  • Other 0%

Carbon dioxide emissions: 0 kg CO2 per MWh
National average is 254 kg CO2 per MWh
Source: CRU - 2019 Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions Report

Energia FAQs

How do I switch to Energia?

It’s simple to do. Just visit our guide, How to switch your gas and electricity to find out everything you need to know about switching your energy supplier.

What is Energia Level Pay?

Energia Level Pay helps you control your payments.

Energia will monitor your usage and suggest a monthly payment that will spread your costs out over the year. You will still get billed bi-monthly – but your payments will be in monthly instalments to spread the cost.

If you end up paying too much, you’ll get a refund. If you pay too little, your monthly payment amount will be adjusted.

What's the customer services number for Energia?

Customers can contact Energia via:

  • Telephone: 1850 405 405 (Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm)
  • Website: Contact Us page

Will I get a smart meter if I switch to Energia?

Yes, Energia customers will get a smart meter installed as part of the ESB roll out. This is already happening in many counties.

Once your smart meter is installed you’ll be able to:

  • Get real time info on your usage
  • No more estimated bills
  • Benefit from ‘time of use’ tariffs
  • Possible reduction in bills

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