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Pat O’Doherty, previously the director of the ESB international operations has been appointed as the new chief executive of the ESB.
The chief executive salary of …
According to the Irish Independent today, there are more than 400,000 households out of 1.7 million struggling with their energy bills in Ireland.
There is now a huge push to install “pay as you go” meters into the homes of those who are most affected. The ESB expect to have the capacity to install 200 of these meters per month by next year.
Around 240,000 householders have had to agree on payment plans with the ESB to tackle debt. The semi-state company said that around 108,000 of these customers were …
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According to ESB Electric Ireland, customers in arrears who are genuinely working to manage their accounts, can now avail of the recently announced electricity price reductions.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte said “I welcome the ESB’s response to my request to pay particular attention to the needs of customers with genuine payment problems who want to avail of the price cuts. In addition to including customers with Token Meters, ESB Electric Ireland has extended their Household Budget Price Plan to include customers who are in arrears but …
ESB Electric Ireland are facing pressure from all sides regarding their decision to block their new pricing system from customers who are currently facing arrears.
According to the Irish Independent, Minister for Eneterprise, Richard Bruton called on the ESB to “reconsider this position”. He continued by saying “I think it’s important we see customers who are the hardest-pressed getting access to this relief, as well as the commercial customers who are in a stronger position”
According to Utility companies there is a data protection legislation in Ireland and they have no way of knowing which …