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# Electric Ireland

This year
Around 12,000 premises still without electricity as Storm Kathleen hits Ireland
A Status Yellow wind warning is in place for the entire country.
ESB Networks is working to restore power to thousands of premises
Dozens of flights between Ireland and the UK have been cancelled or delayed
The RSA has urged road users to take caution if travelling during the storm
Electric Ireland to cut residential electricity prices for 1.1 million customers from March
Last year
Electric Ireland warns that thousands of customer accounts may have been compromised
Electric Ireland to cut residential electricity and gas prices by 10% and 12% from 1 November
Double bills and incorrect discounts as energy suppliers apologise for payment errors
ESB's operating profits increase to €847 million 'due to impact of higher wholesale prices'
Coveney: Electric Ireland 'should answer questions' on price cut for businesses and not households
Electric Ireland to cut business' bills from Wednesday but no change for households
Electric Ireland error means PAYG customers have avoided higher gas rate since August
Camogie Association agree new three-year sponsorship deal with Electric Ireland
All time
Electric Ireland to give all residential customers €50 credit
125,000 Electric Ireland customers in arrears as company told €3m hardship fund is 'pittance'
Oireachtas Committee to hear Electric Ireland had 'no choice' but to increase energy prices
Electric Ireland, SSE Airtricity and Bord Gáis price hikes kick in this weekend
Explainer: How can energy profits and wholesale prices both be on the rise?
Taoiseach calls energy prices 'off the Richter scale' as Electric Ireland confirms new hike
Bord Gáis and Electric Ireland to take over customers as another energy supplier exits Ireland
Electric Ireland moves to reassure KBC and Ulster Bank customers over direct debit switchovers
Electric Ireland to raise electricity and gas prices by over 20% from start of May
Electric Ireland announces moratorium on energy disconnections during Level 5 restrictions
Government will engage with Electric Ireland about its planned price hike, says Taoiseach
Monaghan forward takes top award as champions DCU clinch six places on Football Team of the Year
DCU cruise into Sigerson Cup final with 15-point win over UCD
Electric Ireland announces 4% price increase on gas and electricity from April
5 of Galway's All-Ireland winners in Minor Hurling Team of the Year
Johnny Logan is going to be headlining Electric Ireland's Throwback Stage at EP next weekend
Electric Ireland customers to see gas and electricity price hikes from next month
'I look at my kids and I think there is so much I would have missed had I gone through with it'
Christy Galligan
'He told us his head was melted. The help didn't come quick enough'
Aiveen Cully-Dunne
'I never thought I'd end up at a funeral at 18 watching everyone in my school break down'
Rachel O'Neill
'It wasn't about anything that happened in my life, it was about the black hole'
Rebecca McInerney
'I'm getting better about ignoring the black dog, I've locked him outside and I haven't fed him in years'
Stephen Considine
Pay-as-you-go electricity customers won't be cut off during storm if they can't top up
Yet another Irish electricity provider is increasing its prices
The Irish app that wants to help people get up in the morning
'I was going to end my life or I was going to get better. That was the choice I had'
'The hallucinations were 100% real to me. But people were telling me there was nothing there'
Brian Scallan
'In my head, I didn't deserve to be helped. I was broken and couldn't be fixed'
Hannah Tyrrell
7 things that only go together in Ireland
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