Panda Power launched in Ireland in 2015 and is a green electricity provider, providing a variety of electricity-only plans.
Panda Power’s cheapest electricity plan
|Fuel type||Plan Name||Price|
|Electricity||20% discount||€910||Compare now|
|Gas||15% discount||€682||Compare now|
|Dual Fuel||28% gas and electricity discount||€1,445||Compare now|
The above table shows Panda Power’s cheapest plans, and what they would cost an average customer for the first year. According to the CRU, the average electricity customer uses 4,200 kWh per year.
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About Panda Power
Panda Power launched electricity tariffs in the Irish market in 2015. Panda Power sells green electricity, which is generated from renewable resources such as solar, wind and wave energy.
In February 2018, Panda Power launched dual fuel and gas tariffs.
Panda Power’s parent company is Panda, which is Ireland’s largest recycling company.
Panda Power price changes
Panda Power launched electricity in 2015 with an 18 per cent reduction on standard rates, which was the best discount on the market at the time. Its dual fuel offer, which launched in February 2018, was the cheapest plan on the market at the time of launch.
Anyone who signed up to an electricity plan when Panda Power launched would have reverted to a non-discounted rate after 12 months. In addition, in February 2018 Panda Power increased its standard electricity rates by 2.1%.
How does Panda Power generate electricity?
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) requires that electricity suppliers disclose the sources they use to generate their energy each year.
All of the electricity that Panda Power supplies to its customers comes with a guarantee of origin certificate for energy from renewable sources.
Panda Power Fuel Mix 2016
Carbon dioxide emissions: 0 kg CO2 per MWh
National average is 367 kg CO2 per MWh
Source: 2016 Fuel Mix Disclosure and CO2 Emissions Report.
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