How do I find out my MPRN or GPRN?

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How do I find out my MPRN or GPRN?

You can find your Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN) or Gas Point Reference Number (GPRN) on any of your past bills. Your MPRN will be 11 digits, and your GPRN will be 7 digits. 

If you’re moving into a new property

Your MPRN/GPRN is linked to your property so it will change every time you move. If you’re moving into an existing property the easiest way to find your new MPRN/GPRN is to ask your landlord (if applicable) or the previous occupiers, or see if there are any old bills around. 

If you have just built a new house and are yet to be billed for electricity, you should ring:

  • ESB Networks on 1850 372 757^ to verify your MPRN or
  • Gas Networks Ireland on 1850 200 694^ to verify your GPRN.

If you’ve bought an apartment or house on a scheme, you should contact your builder. 

If you're a current SSE Airtricity customer

You can find your MPRN/GPRN on the top right hand corner of any of your past bills. You can also find it by going to My SSE Airtricity online. Once you're logged in just:

  • Click on 'Account Details' and scroll down to 'Supply address details' or
  • Click on 'Billing Overview' and open any of your past PDF bills.

Can't find it?

If you've tried all of the above and still can't find your MPRN/GPRN, just contact our Customer Service team.

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