All SSE Airtricity Business Energy gas customers are charged based on their kilowatt hour (kWh) consumption, as well as a daily standing charge. These tariffs are made up of the elements listed below, with Value Added Tax (VAT) and the Government-mandated Carbon Tax listed separately on customer invoices. Higher-usage customers (Gas Band Y, Z, Daily Metered and Large Daily Metered based on the SPC) are also charged a pass-through ‘capacity element’ on their invoice to ensure availability of contracted maximum capacity. All tariffs vary based on a customer’s gas band as determined by Gas Networks Ireland.
SSE Airtricity Business Energy gas tariffs are made up of a combination of four main elements:
All customers are also subject to payment of VAT, as well as the Carbon Tax, which is a charge applied to all energy sources that produce carbon dioxide emissions as mandated by the Irish Government since 2010.
Where are my usage details or meter readings?
What is a standing charge?
What other charges might I be billed for?
What is a 'Reversal'?
How do I check the balance on my account?
Notification of Gas Pass-Through Charges Change
How are gas tariffs calculated?
Why is my bill estimated?
I don't think the amount on my bill is right - what should I do?
How long do I have to pay my bill?
When will my direct debit be taken out of my account?
How are electricity tariffs calculated?
Changes to Standard Variable Electricity Tariffs
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