Electric Ireland

Last Updated: June 2020

Electric Ireland is the third largest domestic electricity supplier in Northern Ireland, they have approximately 91,572 customers which represents around 11.2% market share. Their mix of customers is evenly split between top-up meter and bill pay.

Cheapest Electric Ireland credit meter electricity tariffs (based on average usage)

Cheapest TariffTermBonusesUnit Rate ex VATUnit Rate inc VATStanding Charge ex VATStanding Charge inc VATAnnual Cost
Discount Offer - 1 Year - 10%12 monthsN/A0.1508p0.1583p0p0p£506.56

Tariffs correct as of 23 August 2020. Based on an average household usage of 3,200 kWh/year. If you are not paying by Direct Debit you may be required to pay a deposit. Calculations include any discounts/switching bonuses the supplier will award within 12 months. You may need to comply with special terms to achieve the maximum discount, for example pay by monthly Direct Debit and sign up for online billing.

Cheapest Electric Ireland prepay electric tariffs (based on average usage)

Cheapest TariffTermBonusesUnit Rate ex VATUnit Rate inc VATStanding Charge ex VATStanding Charge inc VATAnnual Cost
Keypad + £20 Switching Bonus12 months - £40 early exit fee£20 Free Credit0.1675p0.1759p0p0p£542.88

Tariffs correct as of 23 August 2020. Based on an average household usage of 3,200 kWh/year. Calculations include any discounts/switching bonuses the supplier will award within 12 months. You may need to comply with special terms to achieve the maximum discount.

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Source: https://www.electricireland.com/residential/help/billing/fuel-mix-disclosure

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