We issue your bill on the same day every month / 2 months. As your meter is only read up to 4 times a year by the meter operator (ESB Networks), we have to estimate your consumption to ensure that you get your bill when you expect it.
Sometimes we will have an actual meter read but your bill may also contain some estimation. This is because we issue your bill on the same date every month/2 months and the read mightn't cover the full billing period. We’ll estimate your consumption from the actual meter read date to the end of your billing period. This does not apply to Max Demand or Interval customers as your bills are not estimated.
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
Monday to Friday