# Energy Bills

This month
February 2024
Flogas cuts residential electricity prices by 15%
Last month
January 2024
Poll: Are you struggling to pay your energy bills this winter?
Last year
Poll: Do you struggle to pay your energy bills?
Steep rise in number of Irish households falling into arrears on energy bills
McGrath says Budget will be focused on cost of living and helping households with bills
Energy supports for families and businesses to form part of Budget 2024
More than a third of parents surveyed by Barnardos had to cut back on heating due to inflation
Regulator 'encouraging' energy suppliers to pass on price reductions 'as soon as possible'
'Harder and harder to make ends meet': Your stories about coping with high energy costs
How are you managing your electricity bills? We want to hear your stories
SVP report shows number of people unable to heat their homes more than doubled last year
Varadkar says windfall tax is coming and calls on energy companies to drop their prices
Ban on electricity and gas disconnections extended to the end of March for all customers
Varadkar says he'll reveal plans for eviction ban and cost-of-living supports in mid-February
All time
Energy costs: Pinergy to increase electricity bills by 14% from January
More financial supports for struggling householders may be announced soon, Ryan indicates
Disconnection moratorium: How will pay-as-you-go customers be impacted this winter?
Minister meeting energy companies to discuss protections for PAYG and vulnerable customers
125,000 Electric Ireland customers in arrears as company told €3m hardship fund is 'pittance'
All households to receive energy credits worth a total of €600
Varadkar says potential price caps on energy bills have 'echoes of the bank guarantee'
Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis
Taoiseach calls energy prices 'off the Richter scale' as Electric Ireland confirms new hike
Price hikes: SSE Airtricity to increase gas bills by 39% and electricity by 35.4%
The price increases are set to come into effect on 1 October.
SSE Airtricity have said the increases are due to "continued volatility" in the global energy market.
The price hikes come as Ireland faces the highest level of inflation in 38 years.
Telling people to tighten their belts shows Govt is 'out of touch' on cost of living, says SF
Cabinet approves €100 payment for all electricity customers
Employees working at home will be allowed claim back 30% of their energy bills against tax
Budget 2022: Government considering two measures for people working from home
Budget negotiations to continue this weekend on whether to give a tax break or cash boost to people working from home, reports Political Correspondent Christina Finn
Concerns raised that increasing the percentage someone can claim back on their bills might encourage people to be less careful about their household energy consumption.
The pension and welfare package will be a 'big part' of the Budget next week, says Varadkar
Homeowners to pay back cost of house retrofits through their energy bills over 10 to 20 years
More households borrowing money to pay "increasingly unaffordable" energy bills
Poll: Do you struggle to pay your energy bills?
56pc of Irish homes 'go into debt to pay essential bills'
One in four unable to cope with increased energy costs - survey