Iberdrola launched in Ireland in June 2019 and provides a number of electricity-only plans.
Iberdrola’s cheapest electricity plans
|Fuel type||Plan Name||Price|
|Electricity||Green 23||€859.64||Compare now|
|Electricity||Green Fixed 2020||€870.19||Compare now|
The above table shows Iberdrola’s electricity-only plans, and what it would cost the average electricity customer for the first year. According to the CRU, the average electricity customer uses 4,200 kWh per year.
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About Iberdrola Electricity
Iberdrola in Ireland is part of the Iberdrola Group, one of the world’s largest integrated utilities and a world leader in wind energy.
With over 170 years of experience, Iberdrola is today one of the largest electric utilities in the world. The company produces and supplies electricity to around 100 million people in the countries in which it operates.
How does Iberdrola generate electricity?
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) requires that electricity suppliers disclose the sources they use to generate their energy each year. Iberdrola began supplying electricity in Ireland on 4th June 2019 which means that, until they have been operating for a full year, they are unable to show their fuel mix and how the electricity supplied has been sourced.
They guarantee that your electricity is sourced from 100% renewable generation and will be able to show this in the Fuel Mix Disclosure table after 12 months. Instead below shows how electricity is sourced for the All Island Market.
Carbon dioxide emissions: 526 kg CO2 per MWh
National average is 325 kg CO2 per MWh
Source: 2017 CRU Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions Report.
Iberdrola - 100% green energy
Iberdrola is a leader in clean energies and is currently the top renewable energy producer in Europe and a global leader in terms of installed onshore wind power. It is also recognised as the cleanest electricity company in the USA, with almost zero emissions.
Closer to home, in neighbouring Scotland, England and Wales, Iberdrola operates under the ScottishPower brand only producing 100% green electricity and focussing on wind energy, smart grids and driving the change to a cleaner, electric future.
For the last decade, ScottishPower has been leading the UK in the development and operation of renewable energy. In 1997, ScottishPower built the first windfarm in the Republic of Ireland in Barnesmore, Donegal and now operates six wind farms across the north and south of Ireland with ambitious plans to increase the production, delivery and storage of cleaner, greener power in the near future.
Here in Ireland, they are offering 100% green energy tariffs as well as new and better ways to make managing energy easy.
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