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Date released for the final €200 energy credit to be paid to Irish households




The final €200 energy credit to households across Ireland will be made available very soon as the cost of living crisis continues to weigh on many.

The government introduced the support program under the 2023 budget measures in hopes of easing the country’s rising cost of living for households.

It was confirmed in September that officials would give every household in Ireland €600 in free electricity credits in the form of three separate credits of €200 each.

The former was repaid in November and the latter received this month as energy bills continue to climb.

Now the date of the third has been confirmed and customers can expect to see it on their energy accounts between 1 March 2023 and 30 April 2023.

Anyone paying their electricity bills in Ireland is eligible for the benefit as long as they are registered with an electricity supplier in the Republic of Ireland.

You are entitled to credit if you are registered in the effective dates as:

– Urban domestic customer (classified as DG1)

– Rural domestic customers (classified as DG2)

Contact your electricity supplier if you do not receive your credit by:

– 31 January 20232 (first installment)

– 31 March 2023 (second installment)

– 31 May 2023 (third installment)

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