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DON’T GO COLD OUT OF FEAR OF HUGE ENERGY BILLS. TAKE ACTION WITH THE BIG ENERGY SWITCH

The Big Energy Switch survey has continued to uncover some alarming facts, about what Irish consumers are sacrificing in fear of huge energy bills.

 

A poll of the first 5,000 households to join the Big Energy Switch campaign revealed:

 

  • 3 in 4 Irish consumers are making lifestyle sacrifices to afford their energy bills, and

  • Of that group, more than 50% are sacrificing their heating to a point at where they’re no longer comfortable.

These consumers indicted they are "not powering certain parts of the house that they would normally use" or "Not using as much heating as they need to be comfortable", a clear issue for many households already struggling to afford bills.

Although this is not welcomed news. What’s most important to remember is that we can do something about it.

By joining The Big Energy Switch campaign, you are throwing your hat in the ring to take a stand to make proactive steps to fight clear energy affordability crisis hitting thousands of Irish households.  

Joining the Big Energy Switch is entirely cost and obligation free. Consumers who wish to join can visit www.onebigswitch.ie.

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John
John from C commented:

I have an Electric Ireland PAYG meter - any cheaper options out there? John 

Anonymous
Anonymous from G commented:

Well done , it would be great if you can make some improvement on our bills 

joan
joan from KE commented:

Looking for the best dels? where do i apply ? 

joan
joan from KE commented:

what are the different companies names to switch to. Can I have actuals information as to who is giving the best deals. 

thomas
thomas from TA commented:

If there is an electrical fault either internal or external one would have to contact the esb/electric Ireland as They own the cables the electricity is passing through. The engineers(esb) would let you know you were foolish to change in the first instance. This happened to me. 

Anita
Anita from KK commented:

My contract with current electricity provider ends in September, so definitely interested. 

Geraldine
Geraldine from DL commented:

My contract with current provider expires 4 May so definitely interested in switching to save money. G 

Peter
Peter from D commented:

I would be very interested in switching from my current provider as I near the end of my 12month contract Peter C. Dublin.6 

peggy
peggy from KY commented:

I will definitely want to avail of this offer... 

hanh
hanh from D commented:

Good to hear 

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