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Gas, Electricity, Water in Dublin

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The Electricity Supply Board (ESB), is responsible for generating and transmitting electricity.

You will receive the bill every two months for the electricity you use.

There are several ways to pay your bill :

  • Direct Debit
  • By post
  • Internet/Telephone Banking
  • (free online bill paying service offered by An Post)
  • Phone: 1850 372 372(available 8am to 8pm, Mon to Sat)


In Ireland, water if free


The main Supplier of gas and electricity products to homes and businesses are :

Update 26/12/2007


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