Energia has been in operation in the residential market in Ireland since 2014. It offers electricity-only, gas-only and dual fuel plans.
Energia’s cheapest electricity, gas and dual fuel plans
|Fuel type||Plan Name||Price|
|Electricity||Cheapest Electricity 30% discount||€896||Compare now|
|Gas||Clever Gas||€820||Compare now|
|Dual Fuel||Cheapest Dual Fuel 29/28||€1,624||Compare now|
The above table shows Energia’s cheapest electricity, gas and dual fuel plans, and what they would cost the average electricity, gas and dual fuel customer for the first year. According to the CRU, the average electricity customer uses 4,200 kWh per year, while the average gas customer user 11,000 kWh.
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About Energia Gas and Electricity
Energia has been providing electricity and gas to Irish businesses since 1999. In early 2014, Energia entered the residential market and now has over 70,000 domestic electricity customers and almost 40,000 gas customers.
Energia Group comprises Energia Supply, Energia Renewables and Energia Generation.
Energia price changes
On 1 August, Energia increased its electricity and gas prices by 7.6% and 12.38%. As a result of these increases, the supplier said that the average dual fuel customer will end up paying €180 more per year.
Prior to this, Energia implemented a 3.9% increase to its electricity prices for residential customers, from 1 December 2017.
In advance of this, Energia cut its gas rate by 2.5% and its electricity rate by 2% in June 2015. D
Although Energia has hiked prices recently, the supplier continues to offer heavily discounted plans for new customers. The Cheapest Electricity tariff has a discount of 31%, which is the biggest discount we’ve seen from any provider so far.
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 five years in a row, and is the only one of the larger energy suppliers to achieve this.
Energia Fuel Mix 2017
Carbon dioxide emissions: 0 kg CO2 per MWh
National average is 325 kg CO2 per MWh
Source: 2017 Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions Report.
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