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Community Power

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Community Power are a relatively new supplier to the Irish energy market having launched in November 2019. They provide a number of electricity plans for domestic customers. They are Ireland’s first community owned electricity supplier and are a partnership of community energy groups working together.

 

Community Power - Cheapest electricity deals

Community Power are a relatively new supplier to the Irish energy market having launched in November 2019. They provide a number of electricity plans for domestic customers. They are Ireland’s first community owned electricity supplier and are a partnership of community energy groups working together.

Community Power is made up of a partnership of community energy groups with a shared goal – to ensure Ireland has a sustainable energy future. It buys renewable electricity from some small hydro and wind generators across Ireland, and it’s sold for use in homes, businesses, farms and community buildings

FuelTariff NameEstimated Annual BIll*
ElectricityStandard€1,033
* The Annual Cost is based on average consumption level of 4,200kWh for electricity and 11,000kWh for gas.

Community Power - Tariff and Payment Information

Fuel SuppliedElectricity
Tariffs OfferedStandard
Billing OptionsOnline or Postal Bills
Payment OptionsDirect Debit, Online Payments
Contract TermsNo fixed term or early exit fee

Community Power – Offer, Promotions and Discount

  • No Exit Fees
  • Community Owned
  • All customers enjoy the same rate
  • Community Power has strong community values and is helping to develop additional renewable energy facilities in Ireland for a greener future.
    [*above are examples in terms of offers and promotions available. It is not meant as an exhaustive list]

Community Power – Green Energy

Community Power electricity is 100% supplied from renewable sources

Community Power – Price Changes

Community Power have not announced any recent price changes

Community Power – Fuel Mix

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) requires companies that supply electricity to customers disclose the sources they use to generate their energy each year. 

If suppliers choose not to make a declaration, they are allocated the residual fuel mix, which is the fuel mix left over from the All Island fuel mix after individual supplier’s fuel mixes have been calculated. For 2019, Community Power was allocated the residual fuel mix. [Add in Residual Chart – same as BE, Glowpower etc]
 

Community Power – Contact Details

Tel: 067 56005

Website: www.communitypower.ie 

Email: info@communitypower.ie 

Social Media: Facebook: @CommunityPowerIreland Twitter: @CommunityPower_

Post: 93 Silver Street, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

If contacting your energy supplier have your account number or MPRN/GPRN. If you do not have access to these, have the name on the account and full address of the property being supplied.