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Boiler Care


How do I arrange to have my boiler serviced and when will you do this?

We'll contact you to arrange an appointment for an Authorised Contractor to visit your home and perform an annual service on your boiler to ensure that it's working safely and efficiently. Service visits usually take place between March and September.


Is my boiler service included in my annual cost?

If you've taken out our Gas Boiler Service and Repair plan, an annual Boiler Service is included. Full terms and conditions of what is included in your service can be found here.


What checks will be carried out during the service?

An Authorised Contractor will perform a full Boiler Service on your Boiler which will comprise of at least 20 separate diagnostic tests and checks. As part of the Boiler Service your boiler will be cleaned and adjusted, as required. All visual checks and tests will be carried out in accordance with the current edition of IS 813 and manufacturer’s instructions will be followed, where available.


What's included in my plan?

Our combined Gas Boiler Service and Repair product and our Gas Boiler Repair covers repairs to your central heating boiler and certain system components but does not include repairs to radiators, heating filling system or central heating pipework. It covers the first 40 minutes of the repair work. If any replacement parts are required, these are not covered by the plan. Our combined Gas Boiler and Repair product also includes an annual Boiler Service. Full terms and conditions of what is included in our Boiler Care plans can be found here.


Are repair costs included within my plan?

Yes, the first 40 minutes of the repair are included within your plan. If your repair cannot be completed within 40 minutes there will be a charge made for the remaining time required. The engineer will agree these costs with you in advance.


What if I can't be at the appointment?

If you know that you won't be available for the appointment, please call us as soon as possible to reschedule. If the engineer is unable to gain access for the repair or the service at the agreed appointment the service or repair will be deemed to have been completed. For more information on this and any applicable cancellation fees, please see our terms and conditions here.


My boiler isn't working what should I do?

The emergency team are on hand to take your calls 24 hours a day. Simply call 0818 401 101.


I am moving house, can I take my Boiler Service/ Repair plan with me?

No, unfortunately we can't transfer your Boiler Care with you, however if you call us when you have moved in we can set up a new plan for you.


What happens if I change my mind?

We want you to be certain you've made the right decision so if you have any questions or need a little more information we'd love to hear from you. However, if you've changed your mind and want to cancel your contract, you can call us on 1800 300 370 (we're open Monday to Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 9am-4pm).


Is there a call out fee?

There's no call out fee for your first call out, however, any further call outs within the same year will be charged. Also included in your plan is 40 minutes repair time. Any repair time required after the first 40 minutes is not covered and will be chargeable to you. All additional charges will be agreed with you by our Authorised Contractor before any additional costs are incurred by you, for more information, visit our terms & conditions.


What if I move my energy supply to another service provider?

As your Boiler Care plan is linked to your energy tariff, if you switch energy supplier, your Boiler Care plan will automatically be cancelled.


When will my Boiler Care plan start?

Your plan will start on the same day as your energy contract starts. Please note, however, a wait period of 15 days from date of sale of this product applies which means that any issues with your boiler that occur before the contract commences, or in the 15 days after, will not qualify for repair under the Boiler Service and Repair Plan.


How long will my plan last for?

Your plan will last 12 months until your renewal.


How do I know if my boiler is eligible for cover?

We'll ask some eligibility checks to ensure your boiler qualifies, such as;

  • The age of your boiler
  • Whether it is outside the manufacturer's guarantee period
  • If your boiler is in good working order

What time will the engineer visit?

Annual Boiler services take place Monday to Saturday between 9am-5pm. The Authorised Contractor will contact you to arrange a suitable date. Boiler Repair visits are usually carried out during normal working hours Monday to Friday between 8am-6pm and Saturdays 8am-4pm, excluding public holidays unless otherwise agreed with you. Should you request a Boiler Repair, we will carry out the Boiler Service the same day.


How do I pay for my plan?

We'll include your Boiler Care plan bill with your gas energy bill. We'll bill you every two months and we'll collect the money you owe us by Direct Debit 14 days later.


Do I get a discount on my energy for taking Boiler Care?

Yes, you'll receive a 2% discount on the unit rates of your gas tariff if you also take a Boiler Care plan.


Complaints


How do I make a complaint?

We're sorry you have the need to raise a complaint with us and we want to do everything we can to put things right. Please visit our Complaints page to find out more information on the complaints process and how you can get in touch.


How long will it take for you to deal with my complaint?

We’ll aim to resolve your issue straightaway, which is the case for the majority of our customers. If we’re unable to due to the nature of your complaint we’ll keep you informed of our progress until it’s fully resolved.


Who will deal with my complaint?

In the first instance our customer service advisors will aim to resolve your issue. If they can't resolve your complaint straight away your complaint will be passed to a member of our Customer Complaints team. At this time you will be given a dedicated complaints handler and they will also agree your preferred contact dates, times and method with you to keep you informed. They’ll commit to contact you within 10 working days.


How will I be kept updated about my complaint?

Your dedicated complaint handler will keep you informed of progress until your complaint is fully resolved, they’ll discuss the best times and methods to get in touch with you and will also inform you of the various ways you can get in touch with us.


When will you contact me about my complaint?

We'll endeavour to contact you as quickly as possible to resolve your complaint, in most cases via telephone within 10 working days. However, there may be occasions where we are unable to reach you. Rest assured we'll continue to attempt to contact you at various times/days. Where we're still unable to get in touch we'll take all necessary action to resolve your complaint the best we can.


Why do you need more information from me?

We may get in touch to request some additional information such as meter readings or a meter serial number to ensure we have the most up to date and accurate information to resolve your complaint.


What should I do if my complaint is closed but I'm not happy with the outcome?

We always aim to resolve complaints to our customers’ full satisfaction but if you feel that your complaint isn’t fully resolved you can ask us escalate your complaint to the Head of Customer Experience to review it. Simply Contact Us through any of our contact methods.


When can I escalate my complaint to the CRU?

After eight weeks, if you’re not happy with the resolution of your complaint you have the right to contact the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) for independent review. The CRU will only review once your have completed our complaints process.


Bills & Payments


How do I view my bills?

As soon as a bill is available, we will notify you. You will be able to access and download your bills through your online account here. Simply login and select 'Bills & Payments'.


Where can I find out how much I pay per unit for my gas and/or electricity?

You can view your current tariff unit prices and standing charges on your latest bill which you can find on your online account here or by downloading our apps here. Simply select 'Bills & Payments'.


What is my annual consumption?

Your annual consumption is the amount of energy you've used over the last 12 months. You will be able to view a graph and table of your consumption broken down by previous bill periods in the app or online by selecting 'Energy Usage' in My Account.


How do you calculate my bill?

Electricity and gas are measured in units, which are then translated into kilowatt hours (kWh). You are charged a price per kWh for each kWh used.
Your consumption charge is then calculated by multiplying your kWh used by the price per kWh unit rate.

We’ll then add on the Standing Charge and any levies such as PSO or Carbon Tax.  These will show as a monthly charge and  be broken down into months or part months (ie 0.5 is equivalent to 15 days charged).

We’ll take away any discounts that you’re eligible for.

Then we’ll add on VAT at the current rate to arrive at your account balance.


When will I receive my bill?

We’ll generate your bill every 2 months once we receive a meter reading from ESBN or GNI. And we’ll send you an e-mail to let you know it’s ready to view.  You can find the approximate date of your next bill in your online account here or our app.  If you haven’t received an e-mail from us letting you know your bill is ready, please check your Spam folder.


What should I do if I think my bill is too high or wrong?

If your bill is unexpectedly high, we recommend that you check your current and previous bills to see if any meter readings have been estimated. If your bill has been based on estimated readings we will show this beside the reading values.

It's possible that your previous bills were based on estimated meter readings that were too low and that your current bill has been calculated using actual meter readings, so it's higher than you expected. This can happen if we haven't been able to get meter readings for some time.
If your current bill has been estimated please provide us with actual readings to enable us to send you a more accurate bill. To provide a meter reading:

  • Log in to My Account and select 'Meter Readings'
  • Download and enter your meter reads into our app
  • Call us

If your previous and current bills have been calculated using actual meter readings, please check the meter readings and Contact Us if they’re wrong.

If the meter readings look right, it's likely that your energy use has increased over the billing period. This could be due to the time of year - for example in winter you're likely to use more energy than you do in summer. It's also worth considering whether you've changed your circumstance or have used any new or different appliances during the billing period, which may account for the higher usage, or if one of your appliances has developed a fault.


How can I pay my bill?

We believe paying for your energy should be quick, simple – and most of all convenient. That’s why we offer a range of ways to pay.

You can pay:

  • By Direct Debit

    We’ll send you a bill every two months and we’ll collect the money you owe us by Direct Debit 14 days later.

  • BillPay

    Simply take your bill to the Post Office and pay with cash or card.


Can I get a copy of, or print my bill?

You can view, download and print previous bills from the last 24 months by logging in to My Account and selecting 'Bills & Payments'. Here you will be able to view the dates and amounts of previous bills, as well as any payments you have made on this account. You can also download and share your bills by selecting 'Download' for each PDF bill available. Alternatively, you can Contact Us and we'll send you a copy of a bill at no additional charge.


How can I find details of the most recent transactions on my account?

You can view the most recent transactions on your account by logging in to My Account online or on our mobile app and selecting 'Bills & Payments'.


I’ve left Iberdrola, why are you still sending me bills?

This may be because your switch to your new supplier has not completed yet. Switching supplier can take 1-2  weeks after you’ve applied to transfer. Therefore your normal billing cycle with Iberdrola will continue up until this point.

After your switch is complete, it can take up to 6 weeks for us to send you a final bill.

If you don’t receive your final bill, or if it continues for any longer than this, please Contact Us.


How often will my meter be read?

There are at least four planned meter reads per year. So, four of your bills will be based on actual readings providing the meter reader can access your meter. The remaining two reads may be estimated, however you can frequently enter your reads via your online account to ensure the bills are more accurate. Simply login to My Account and click 'Meter Readings'


I am struggling to pay my energy bills, what do I do?

If you're having difficulty paying please Contact Us as soon as possible. It may also be helpful to contact MABS who can provide a free, confidential and independent money advice service.

You can call the MABS helpline on 0761 07 2000 Monday to Friday 9am-8pm.


When will I receive my first bill?

We will send you an email when your first bill is available. You will be able to view and download your bills by logging in to My Account or on our mobile apps and simply selecting 'Bills & Payments'.


How often will I receive a bill?

We will send you a bill every two months and we will collect the money you owe us by Direct Debit 14 days later.


What happens if I miss a payment?

If you miss a payment don't worry, you can make a payment at any point by Contacting Us. We will send you email reminders if this happens to ensure you are always in the know if a payment has been missed or if a payment has failed making your account fall into a past-due balance.

If you have a past-due balance with us that has not been paid, and it is greater than 10 days past your bill due date then we may contact you to discuss your account to ensure your power doesn't get disconnected unnecessarily.


If I have left Iberdrola, when will I receive my final bill?

Your final bill should be with you within 6 weeks from the date you switch to your new supplier.


How do I know what my closing balance is?

We'll create a final bill for you within 6 weeks of your energy switching to your new supplier. We'll send you an e-mail to let you know your bill is ready to view on your My Account or on our mobile apps or, we'll post your bill to you.


I think my final account balance is wrong and a direct debit has been taken for the full amount. What do I do?

If you think your final account balance is wrong, please Contact Us immediately with up to date meter readings. This will allow us to check the final bill and confirm the correct final balance for you. We'll try to stop the Direct Debit payment being collected until we have reviewed your account. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help sort out any problems.


I've left Iberdrola. My final meter readings are incorrect/ based on an estimated reading. What should I do?

Please contact us immediately with up to date meter readings. This will allow us to check the final bill and confirm the correct final balance for you. To amend incorrect final readings we need to agree this with your new supplier so please allow a further 28 days for us to do this and finalise your account.


When will my Direct Debit be taken?

Your direct debit is taken 14 working days after your bill is generated. This date is highlighted on your online account, and at the top right of your bill.


Can I change the date my direct debit is taken?

Currently we are not able to offer this as your direct debit payment is taken 14 working days after your bill is issued.  However, you can make a payment towards your bill at MyBills.ie.



Renewing your tariff


My current tariff ends soon, what happens next?

We'll be in touch by email or letter around 6 weeks before your tariff ends. We'll let you know what happens next, and help you choose our best
available deal for you. If you are an online customer, we'll also post a message on your online account inbox, to let you know about the next steps.


What happens if I don’t choose a new tariff?

Don’t worry, if you don’t have time to choose a new tariff, we won’t simply put you on our Standard tariff.  Instead we’ll move you when your current tariff ends to our Renewal tariff which has a discount of up to 9% on our Standard tariff unit rates.  This discount includes a 5% discount for paying by Direct Debit and a 2% discount for paperless billing.

You’ll find prices and terms and conditions of our Renewal tariff in the communication we sent you.  This communication will be stored in your online account and app for you to refer to at any time.


I’ve received an e-mail about my tariff ending, how do I choose a new tariff?

The e-mail we send you will show you the prices and terms and conditions for your current tariff, our Renewal tariff and a tariff we think you may like.  You can view these prices and terms by clicking on the links within the e-mail.  If you’re happy with the tariff we are suggesting, all you have to do is click the I Agree link in the e-mail and we’ll automatically move you to this tariff when your current tariff ends.


I’ve chosen a new tariff by clicking the I Agree button. What happens next?

Within a couple of days we’ll send you confirmation of your chosen tariff detailing your prices and terms and conditions.  This communication will be stored in your online account and app for you to refer to at any time.


I’m not sure about the tariff you’re suggesting in the letter/e-mail. What do I do?

Don’t worry, we’re here to help.  If you’d like to discuss your tariff options, simply give us a call or chat to us using Web Chat from your online account or app.  We’ll be happy to talk you through our tariff and help you to choose the best option for you.


Smart Meters


What is a smart meter?

Smart meters are the next generation of electricity meters. Using digital technology and the 2G mobile phone network, the smart meter will give you the choice to access accurate information on your energy usage throughout the day depending on the tariff that you choose with us.

Similar digital meters are being rolled out across Europe and internationally. By 2020 it is expected that over 700 million smart meters will be installed globally.


What is the smart meter roll out?

The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), Ireland’s independent water and energy regulator, has tasked ESB Networks with the roll-out of the National Smart Metering Programme (NSMP), which involves replacing all existing electricity meters with Smart Enabled Meters. The roll out will take a few years to complete but will help build a sustainable future for everyone in Ireland.


Why are meters being replaced?

Ireland’s smart meter upgrade programme will ensure that consumers and small businesses are provided with the next generation of electricity meters that are being rolled out across Europe and internationally. This new technology will replace older meters and will make available new products and services bringing benefits to Irish consumers, the economy and the environment.

Smart meters will make the supplier switching process easier and empower consumers to make a more informed choice for their energy needs. Smart metering will also enable the development of the smart grid and facilitate more flexible, reliable and better network planning.

Smart meters will give you a choice to receive more accurate information on your energy usage. Understanding how you use energy will enable you to decide when you choose to use energy and which tariff best suits your lifestyle. New tariffs could allow you to change your energy use to a cheaper time of day, making energy use more cost effective for you and better for the environment.

ESBN reads your meter manually at present – Smart meters will allow remote reads to be taken giving you more accurate reads which leads to more accurate bills. Smart meters will help the move to a low-carbon electricity network, the development of smart grids, and support the electrification of heat and transport, local renewable generation and microgeneration.


Who will be replacing my meter?

The meter replacement work will be carried out either by an ESB Networks network technician or an electrical contractor working on their behalf.


Where will my new smart meter be installed?

The new smart meter will be located in the same place as your existing one.


Do I have to pay for a smart meter?

There is no additional charge for upgrading your meter. Like other meter upgrades, the cost is included in your existing charges for use of the electricity network.


I don't have a smart meter yet, how do I get one?

ESB have been rolling out smart meters since Autumn 2019 and will continue through to the end of 2024. It has been planned on an area by area basis; customers can apply to ESB Networks to get a Smart meter fitted. If you would like more information on when you will get a Smart meter, please contact ESB Networks on 1800 928 123 or 01 698 5005. You can also contact us on 1800 300 370 (lines open Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 9am-4pm), if you would like to apply for a smart meter and we will pass your request to ESB Networks. ESB Networks will determine if it is possible to implement a smart meter at your premises earlier than originally planned.


Are smart meters compulsory?

If you do not want to have your meter upgraded to a smart meter, you have the legal right to refuse one. To opt out of getting a smart meter in Ireland, you should contact ESB Networks to let them know. You will need to provide your MPRN. This 11-digit number can be found on your electricity bill. You can contact ESB Networks on 1800 928 123 or 01 698 5005. You can also contact us on 1800 300 370 (lines open Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 9am – 4pm) and we can relay the message to ESB Networks on your behalf. ESB Networks will record your preference in their system. This preference will be overwritten when you move out of your property.


Can I still get a smart meter fitted during the Covid-19 pandemic?

ESB Networks have implemented additional measures, in accordance with Government and HSE COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure your safety during the meter replacement. The meter exchange will take up to 45 minutes. However, you should make them aware if you are self-isolating or working from home to allow them to work with you to arrange a suitable time.

For ESB Networks most up to date information on Covid-19, please visit:

https://www.esbnetworks.ie/existing-connection/meters-readings/smart-meter-upgrade#FAQ


What data does my smart meter collect & how will it be used?

Your smart meter will record details of your consumption of electricity. Each day, your meter records the amount of electricity you have consumed over the previous 24-hour period. This is referred to as register data. The register data can be gathered either as a 24-hour read, a day, night and peak read or in 30 minute intervals. ESBN will gather the appropriate register data based on selected products you agreed to with us. This information will be passed to us by ESBN and used to provide details to support customer billing, customers switching suppliers and customers moving premises. The meter will also collect more detailed breakdown of your electricity consumed e.g. usage every 30 minutes. It is important to state that the usage data gathered every 30 minutes will only leave your home if you request this through us, your electricity supply company. The data will be needed for some of our products that you wish you want to sign up to, as we develop and offer new smart services which require this data. In order to ensure the meter is working properly, ESB Networks will also collect non personal data about the meter itself.


How will the meter send data?

When activated, the smart meter will communicate remotely with ESB Networks over a secure 2G network using technology like that used to send text messages. Your meter will create the equivalent of an encrypted text message and send it to an IT system called a Head End System (HES). This data is then stored securely in a central Meter Data Management System (MDMS) managed and operated by ESB Networks.

Each day, normally around midnight and via a secure 2G mobile network, your meter will send ESB Networks the total amount of electricity consumed over the previous 24-hour period. Each smart meter will activate itself approximately every two hours to check its integrity and connection to the network, if it finds any problems it will create another encrypted text message and send it to us.

If you have opted for half hourly reads then the process will take place, with the meter being read every 30 minutes.

Please note where your signal strength is an issue or in the event the meter couldn’t be read automatically, we will still need to rely on estimated reads.


How safe is my data?

All data collected from the meter will be securely stored in a central Meter Data Management System (MDMS) operated by ESB Networks. ESB Networks is committed to ensuring that we are compliant with GDPR and that all personal customer data is safe and secure.


Why/When would I need to read my smart meter?

At times there may be issues with your signal strength that may prevent your reads being taken automatically meaning the meter cannot be remotely read. In this instance, you may be required to submit a meter reading. This only applies to those who are not on Half Hourly reads.

Video on how to read your smart meter (for those customers, not on half hourly reads):

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What are the benefits of having a smart meter?

Smart meters ensure more accurate billing. By automatically sending accurate meter readings there will be less reliance on estimated billing. Currently, your electricity meter is manually read by ESB Networks up to four times per year. Smart meters can record your consumption more frequently and automatically send your meter readings to ESB Networks.

With a smart meter you can view your usage in real-time, customers can use their online account or app to see how much energy they are consuming.

Please note where your signal strength is an issue or in the event the meter couldn’t be read automatically, we will still need to rely on estimated reads.


Why are Smart meters good for the environment?

Smart meters will aid the Climate Action Plan by providing customers with greater insight into their energy usage. Smart metering will encourage energy efficiency and support an increase in renewable power on the electricity system. Less energy consumption equals less demand. Less demand means a further reduction in carbon producing fuels that produce electricity. So, not only will customers be saving money, but they’ll also be helping to save the environment and push Ireland closer to its EU carbon reduction targets.


Are Smart meters a risk to my health?

ESB Networks have a total commitment to your health and safety. The upgraded smart meters will be safe and will comply with all necessary requirements and international standards.

Health authorities around the world, including the World Health Organization (WHO), have assessed the scientific evidence and there are no established health effects from smart meters which use similar technology to that used in your mobile phone.


Can I switch energy supplier when I have a smart meter?

Yes, smart meters will make the supplier switching process easier and empower consumers to make a more informed choice for their energy needs. If you have selected a smart time of use tariff with Iberdrola or another energy supplier in Ireland, then you will have to select from a smart time of use tariff with your new supplier.


What are smart services?

Smart meters can give you accurate and regular information on your electricity usage and ensure no estimated bills. They can help you make more informed choices about your consumption and enable new ways to save money by shifting some of your electricity consumption to (off peak) times of the day when energy is cheaper. Smart Services can help you take even more control over your energy.


What services do Iberdrola offer to customers with a smart meter?

Early in 2021 Iberdrola customers will be able to choose from our range of smart energy tariffs. They’ve been created to fit different lifestyles, with some charging a unit rate that changes depending on the time of day. So, whether you prefer to tackle the cooking and cleaning late into the evenings, spend your weekends catching up on household tasks, or if your busy spells mean no two days are ever the same, we could help you to choose the smart energy tariff that suits you best . Click here to find the best tariff for you.

In addition, if you have a strong signal strength and have opted into interval/half hourly reads then you will be able to download a view of your half hourly data for free from our website.

If you are an existing customer log into your online account to find out more: https://www.iberdrola.ie/login

Or if you are thinking of joining us, you can find out more here: https://www.iberdrola.ie/


What is a time of use tariff?

A time-of-use tariff is one that charges you different unit rates for the energy you use at different times of the day. For example: day, night and peak periods. It’s designed to encourage you to use electricity at cheaper times of the day, ultimately helping you to manage and reduce your costs.

Our Standard Smart Time-Of-Use tariff is available to all customers who have a smart meter installed. Details of this and other time-of-use tariffs can be found on our website, Iberdrola.ie.


Why am I limited to the Time of Use tariffs that I can select from?

Certain time of use tariffs (such as our Weekender) require us to receive half hourly data from you. For your meter to be able to transfer the half hourly data to ESB Networks and to us, your signal strength has to be of a sufficient standard. If the signal strength is not strong enough, your meter will not be able to pass half hourly data meaning you cannot select a tariff that requires the half hourly data. All smart meters will be able to provide day, night and peak reads every 2 months which allows us to provide you with all tariffs that don’t require half hourly data.


How do I get a smart meter for my rental property?

If the account is in your own name, then you will be able to request a smart meter upgrade via the ESBN. please contact them on 1800 928 123 or 01 698 5005. If your account is registered with us, we can contact ESBN and request on your behalf. ESBN have a specific deployment plan for installing smart meters across the country. If they can accommodate your early install at your rental property, you will receive it before they had originally planned to install it. Iberdrola has no control over the speed at which your meter will be installed.


I am a landlord how do I arrange for a smart meter to be installed in my properties?

If the account is in your own name, then you will be able to request a smart meter upgrade via ESBN. please contact them on 1800 928 123 or 01 698 5005. If your account is registered with us, we can contact ESBN and request on your behalf. ESBN have a specific deployment plan for installing smart meters across the country. If they can accommodate your early install at your rental property, you will receive it before they had originally planned to install it. Iberdrola has no control over the speed at which your meter will be installed.


What do I do if I move into a property which already has a smart meter?

The great thing about moving into a home which already has a smart meter fitted is that you don’t need to worry about supplying meter readings - this will all be done automatically for you. This is however dependant on the communications capability at your home, but it is expected that in most cases, it will be good enough to automatically provide a reading to ESB Networks.

If you are moving into a property with a smart meter, you will be required to contact your supplier to provide your personal and chosen tariff details. At Iberdrola, one of our friendly advisors can help you with this. You can contact our team on 1800 300 370.


What do I do if I am moving out of a property which has a smart meter?

If you are moving out of your property you should contact your supplier to provide details of your move out date. In some instances, you may be required to give a meter reading.


How will I know if my new property has a smart meter?

If you are in any doubt about your meter type, then give your current supplier a call and they will be able to confirm this for you. Or alternatively you can get in touch with ESB Networks.


I have a smart meter, but I have been asked to submit a meter read, why is this?

At times there may be issues with your signal strength that may prevent your reads being taken automatically. In this instance, you may be required to submit a meter reading.


I have a smart meter but have received an estimated bill, why is this?

In some instances, there may be issues with your CTF (Communications Technically Feasible), meaning the strength of your signal will not allow actual reads to automatically be taken. This will result in an estimated bill. If this happens, you will be required to submit a reading to your supplier who will be able to advise further. At Iberdrola, our customer service can help with this. The team can be contacted on 1800 300 370.


What do the graphs mean on my bill?

The consumption graphs on your bill show you your energy usage in kWh broken into the time bands relevant to your chosen tariff. This may help to show you where there are any trends in when you are using your electricity. This can help you change behaviours to shift your electricity usage out with peak periods and help you work out if you are on the best time of use tariff for you. If you have selected Half hourly reads then there will be a chart showing the percentage of your reads that are estimated versus actual.


How will my bill change now I have a smart meter?

Your bill will now display consumption graphs to show you your energy usage in kWh broken into the time bands relevant to your chosen tariff. This may help to show you where there are any trends in when you are using your electricity. This can help you change behaviours to shift your electricity usage out with peak periods and help you work out if you are on the best time of use tariff for you. If you have selected Half hourly reads then there will be a chart showing the percentage of your reads that are estimated versus actual.

To find out more about your new Smart Meter click here.


Switching to Us


How do I switch to Iberdrola?

It’s easy to switch to Iberdrola.
We want to make your energy choices clear, simple and clean – that’s why our tariffs are 100% green electricity. We offer electricity, gas and dual fuel tariffs and you can choose between two different tariff types:

  • Our discounted tariff - offering you a discount on our Standard unit rates, or,
  • Our fixed tariff - fixing your unit rates so you’ll know exactly what price you’re paying for 12 months.

Click to Switch Now!


I've just switched to Iberdrola. What happens next?

Thank you for choosing Iberdrola.

We're busy starting the transfer process which takes up to 2 weeks. We'll be contacting your existing supplier to let them know you're switching to Iberdrola so they can close your account and send your final bill.

In the meantime, we've set up your online account and will send you an e-mail shortly with more details on how to access it.

We’re in the process of creating your welcome pack and will e-mail you when it’s ready. You’ll be able to view and print it from your online account.  If you don’t have an e-mail address then we’ll send it to you in the post.  Please take some time to read it and make sure we’ve got all the details correct.

When your transfer is complete we’ll be in touch to let you know.


Can Iberdrola supply my home with both gas and electricity?

Yes, Iberdrola can supply your home with both mains gas and electricity. We offer electricity, gas and dual fuel tariffs.


I’ve just switched to Iberdrola, why is my old supplier still taking a Direct Debit payment?

We’ll let your existing supplier know that you’re leaving and they’ll create your final bill.  Once your final bill has been issued, they’ll take one final Direct Debit payment to clear the remaining balance, or issue you with a refund if your final account balance is in credit. You'll usually receive your final bill within 6 weeks after the switch date.

If you’ve any questions about a Direct Debit payment or your final bill from your old supplier, please contact them directly.


What information do I need to switch?

Switching to Iberdrola only takes a few minutes, here's what you'll need to complete your switch;

  • Your MPRN or GPRN - Your MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number) or GPRN (Gas Point Reference Number) will be used to confirm your address and can be found at the top right of your current electricity or gas bill
  • Your current meter reading(s) (optional) - Your meter reading(s) can be found on your electricity meter. Read the numbers from left to right, ignoring any numbers in red.
  • Your bank details - You'll need your IBAN (International Bank Account Number) to set up your direct debit. Only a Republic of Ireland IBAN can be used for switching online.

What is my MPRN and where can I find it?

Your MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number) will be used to confirm your address and can be found at the top right of your current electricity bill.


What is my GPRN and where can I find it?

Your GPRN (Gas Point Reference Number) is a unique 5 to 7 digit number which identifies your gas supply. This can be found at the top right of your current gas bill.


I’ve just applied to switch to Iberdrola but I’ve changed my mind and want to cancel. What do I do?

We want you to be certain you’ve made the right choice.
However, if you’ve changed your mind and want to cancel your contract, you must tell us within your cooling off period, which ends 14 days from the day after you receive your welcome pack by post or e-mail.
You can find further details on how to cancel here.


Where’s my Welcome Pack?

You’ll receive a Welcome Pack if you’re a new Iberdrola customer and we’ll send you an e-mail when it’s ready. You’ll be able to view and print it from your online account.

If you don’t have an e-mail address then we’ll send it to you in the post.
Please take some time to read it and make sure we’ve got all the details correct.

If you haven’t received the welcome e-mail, please check your Junk folder as it may have been placed there.  If you haven’t received it then please Contact Us.


I receive the Department of Social Protection allowance for electricity or gas. Can I still switch?

Yes of course. You will still receive the allowance. The Department will pay it directly into your bank account and then you use it to pay your bill. Just give the Department a call when you're switching to check all your details are correct.


I switched through a price comparison website, do I need to cancel with my current supplier?

No, we will notify your current supplier for you. They’ll arrange to send you your final bill.


Moving Home


What if I move property, can I take my energy contract with me?

We want your energy bills to be the last thing on your mind when you are going through the stress of moving home. If you are moving property please Contact Us and we will arrange your Iberdrola account switch over for you.


How do I tell you that I'm moving home?

Please let us know you're moving home at least 2 working days before your move. Simply Contact Us either by e-mailing us at contactus@iberdrola.ie or calling us on 1800 300 370 and we'll be able to help you transfer your account to your new home.

Please make sure you have this information to hand:

  • The date you're moving
  • Up to date meter readings
  • The addresses of your old and new home
  • Contact details for the landlord/letting agents (if applicable)

The name of the new occupier at your old address (if known)
If you don’t give us at least 2 working days’ notice before you move out, you’ll continue to be responsible for the energy supply for 2 days after you give us notice or until the new occupier enters into an energy supply contract.


How do I notify you of a new tenant moving into a property?

Either you (as the Landlord) or your tenant can let us know of the change. However, the new tenant or account holder (if this differs) needs to Contact Us to set up their new account, tariff and payment plan.

We need at least 2 working days before the change. Otherwise the existing tenant will continue to be responsible for the energy supply for 2 days after you give us notice. Simply Contact Us either by e-mailing us at contactus@iberdrola.ie or calling us on 1800 300 370, and we'll be able to help make the change for you.

Please make sure you have this information at hand:

  • The date the new tenant is moving in
  • Up to date meter readings
  • The addresses of your property
  • Contact details for you as the landlord/letting agents
  • The name of the new tenant
  • Forwarding details of the tenant moving out (if applicable) so we can prepare a final bill.

I've moved home and have a credit balance - how and when will I get my refund?

If Iberdrola supplies the energy at your new home your account balance should normally be transferred from your old home to your new home automatically.

If Iberdrola don’t supply the energy at your new home, we’ll generate a final bill for you which you must pay if there is an outstanding balance or we will send you a refund within 8 weeks.

If you pay by Direct Debit, please don’t cancel your Direct Debit as we’ll refund directly into your bank account. We aim to provide it within 8 weeks of you receiving your final bill.

If you’ve cancelled your Direct Debit, or don’t pay by Direct Debit we’ll issue your refund by cheque within 8 weeks of you receiving your final bill.


I didn't take final meter readings when I moved home, how will this affect my final bill?

If someone new has moved into your old home, we may be able to use their opening meter reading as your final one. However, if we can’t obtain actual final meter readings then we’ll have to estimate your final bill based on your previous consumption. Either way, if Iberdrola supply your new property we’ll transfer any debit or credit balance to your new home, otherwise we’ll send you a final bill.


Why do I need to give meter readings when I'm moving home?

We want your final bill to be accurate and need final meter readings to do this. If we don’t have actual meter readings we’ll estimate your final readings based on your previous usage.

Remember to let us know you're moving home at least 2 working days before your move. To do this simply take your meter readings and then Simply contact us either by e-mailing us at contactus@iberdrola.ie or calling us on 1800 300 370, and we'll be able to help you transfer your account to your new home. If you don’t give us at least 2 working days’ notice, before you move, you’ll continue to be responsible for the energy supply for 2 days after you give us notice or until the new occupier enters into an energy supply contract.


I'm moving house but haven't sold my old house yet. When should I provide you with my final readings?

First, if you’re new home is already supplied by Iberdrola or you want it to be then you’ll need to let us know you're moving into your new home at least 2 working days before your move. We can then set up a new account at your new home for you.

You’ll still be responsible for paying for the energy you use in your old home until your house sale is complete. Remember to let us know at least 2 working days before you hand over your keys by Simply Contact Us either by e-mailing us at contactus@iberdrola.ie or calling us on 1800 300 370 beforehand.

Please make sure you have this information to hand:

  • The date you're moving
  • Up to date meter readings
  • The addresses of your old and new home
  • Contact details for the landlord/letting agents (if applicable)
  • The name of the new occupier at your old address (if known)

If you don’t give us at least 2 working days’ notice before you move, you’ll continue to be responsible for the energy supply for 2 days after you give us notice or until the new occupier enters into an energy supply contract.


What's the best tariff for me in my new home?

It’s important to us that you’re on the best deal for you based on your needs. It only takes a few minutes to compare our tariffs online. Click here to Switch Now.


Why are you sending letters to my home in someone else’s name?

If you’ve just moved into a new home, the letter may be addressed to your landlord (if you have one) or to the previous occupier as we don’t have a forwarding address for them.

Or it may be that we have been provided with incorrect information regarding the occupants of your home. If this happens, please Contact Us, so that we can sort this out.


Will I keep the same Iberdrola account number when I move house or change address?

We'll usually provide a new account number when you move home or change address.


I'm moving to a home already supplied by Iberdrola - will the electricity/ gas be on when I move home?

There should be no interruption to your electricity/ gas supply.

Please let us know you're moving home at least 2 working days before your move. Simply Contact Us either by e-mailing us at contactus@iberdrola.ie or calling us on 1800 300 370 and we'll be able to help you transfer your account to your new home.


Emergency Information


What should I do if there is a power cut?

If there is an electrical emergency or if you have lost power: Call ESB Networks who are available 24 hours 7 days a week on 1850 372 999.

Helpful advice during a power cut

  • Unplug sensitive appliances such as TVs, satellite equipment and computers.
  • Switch off and unplug appliances especially items such as fires, cookers, irons and hair straighteners in case you forget they’re on when power is restored.
  • Leave a light switched on so you know when power is restored.
  • Avoid opening your fridge or freezer more than necessary.
  • Check on elderly or vulnerable neighbours to ensure they are safe and comfortable.
  • Street lighting may also be off so take care outside.
  • Many central heating systems and water heaters will not work. Portable heaters are a good alternative but take care where you put them.
  • Limit the use of your laptop or smart phone to save battery power.
  • When power is restored turn your appliances back on one at a time.
  • Livestock, fish and pets may be vulnerable during a power cut. Ensure adequate provision is made.

What should I do if I can smell gas or think there is a gas leak?

If you smell gas or suspect a leak:

Call Gas Networks Ireland on 1800 20 50 50 (24 hours). Don't assume somebody else has reported the smell.

  • Evacuate everyone from the building and open doors and windows
  • Turn the gas supply and gas appliances off at the mains
  • Don’t smoke or use any naked flames
  • Don’t turn electrical switches off or on
Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Killer

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a deadly gas that can’t be seen, smelled or tasted but can kill quickly with little warning.
Signs of CO poisoning:

  • Initial symptoms are similar to the flu (but without the fever) but more severe symptoms include confusion, vomiting, loss of muscular coordination and loss of consciousness.

Signs of a CO problem:

  • Staining, sooting or discolouring around an appliance
  • Condensation on windows
  • A strange smell when an appliance is on (remember: carbon monoxide itself has no smell, but other fumes produced by burning may smell)
  • Symptoms occurring when a particular gas appliance is on which improves when you’re away from the property

If you suspect CO poisoning:

  • Turn it off any gas appliance you’re using immediately, open windows and get fresh air and seek medical advice

How to prevent CO problems:

  • Have your gas appliances checked once a year by a Registered Gas Installer
  • Make sure your appliance vents are clear
  • Install a carbon monoxide alarm

Find out more at:

gasnetworks.ie/home/safety/carbon-monoxide

carbonmonoxide.ie


Small Business Energy


How do I become an Iberdrola business customer?

It’s easy to switch to one of our price plans designed for our small business customers. You can fill out our online form here and a member of our business energy team will give you a call. You can also contact our business energy team who are here to support and answer any questions you may have. Call us on: 1800 300 373 (Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm)


What does Iberdrola need in order to provide me with a quote?

We need your business address, your annual consumption in kWh and your supply number(s) - MPAN for 

Electricity and MPRN for Gas. You can find all this information on a recent energy bill.


Do you carry out credit checks on Small Business customers?

Yes, credit checks will be carried out as part of the quote process.


I am renting my business premises; can I still switch to Iberdrola?

Yes of course, you do not have to own the premises to switch your business energy to Iberdrola. 


I’ve just switched to Iberdrola. What happens next?

Thank you for choosing Iberdrola. 

We're in the process of creating your welcome pack and will email you when it's ready. You'll be able to view and print it from your online account. Please take some time to read it and make sure we've got all the details correct. The transfer process can take up to 2 weeks. And we'll let you know when we start supplying you with energy.


What are my payment options?

Payments for our business customers are by direct debit.


How do I view my bills?

As soon as a bill is available, we will notify you. You will be able to access and download your bills through your online account here. Simply login and select 'Bills & Payments'.


How often will I be billed?

Depending on your meter type you will be billed monthly or bi-monthly.


What should I do if I'm having problems paying my bill?

We want to help you manage your energy costs. 

We know that, for many different reasons, customers can sometimes have difficulty paying bills. Please Contact Us as early as possible if you think you might struggle to pay your bill so that we can try to help and provide support. Remember, even if you can’t pay your bill in full, making a part payment towards it will help to reduce the debt.


Will you charge me a late payment fee if I don't pay my bill on time?

Please let us know as soon as possible if you think you haven’t paid your bill on time. Please note we may charge interest in line with our terms and conditions, a copy of which can be accessed here: www.iberdrola.ie/businessterms.


How is Business energy pricing calculated?

We calculate your bill using tariffs and charges which are a combination of Energy Costs and Non-Energy/Pass-Through Costs.
Standing charge: Your standing charge is a daily charge which covers the cost of supplying and maintaining your meter. It will vary depending on your meter type.

Unit rate: Unit rates are charged for each kWh of energy you use.

Lower power factor surcharge: The low power factor surcharge is charged to all 'Wattless Energy' (kilovolt amperes hours (kVArh)) recorded in any billing period if the metered kVArh is more than one third of the metered kWh in any billing period. The charge is only applicable to the kVArh in excess of one third of the kWh.

Wattless Energy
Wattless Energy is measured in kVArh (1000 reactive volt-amps per hour consumed). Electric power consists of active (or real) power measured in kW and reactive (wattless) power measured in kVArh. Together they equal apparent power (kVA).
Large motors require wattless power to operate correctly and optimally. If your business requires equipment that uses wattless power, you may be able to reduce or eliminate reactive power by fitting power factor equipment which your electrical contractor can advise you on.

PSO Levy: Public Sector Obligation (PSO) Levy is calculated and approved by the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) and all energy suppliers are required to collect this levy from customers. The levy is designed to support and encourage the generation of electricity from sustainable, renewable and indigenous sources. The levy is subject to change annually in October and any changes will be updated accordingly.


What are Non Energy Costs/Pass-through Costs?

Non-Energy Costs/Pass-Through Costs are third party costs set by ESB Networks, EirGrid & SEMO (Single Electricity Market Operator) and are for use of transmission and distribution electricity network and wholesale market operating costs (Market Operation, Imperfection charges, capacity) and approved by the CRU (Commission for Regulation of Utilities) This means the Non-Energy unit rate and standing charge are subject to change when these charges change, normally in October.
Your charges will depend on your business premises size and energy consumption. Details of your Non-Energy/Pass-Through Costs can be found in your Price Plan card.
To learn more about Non-Energy/Pass-Through Costs and what they mean for Business energy customer - click here to the CRU information paper.


What is a meter multiplier?

Meter multipliers are put onto your meter by ESB Networks to prolong the meter life. Multipliers convert the meter readings into kilowatt (kWh) units. The multiplier then calculates your businesses actual consumption. For example, if there is a multiplier of 20 on your meter and the register goes up by 5 units, your bill will show that your have consumed 100 units of electricity.


What should I do if I move premises?

You will need to tell us when you are moving at least 30 days in advance, and who will be responsible for the premises when you leave - this may be the Landlord of the premises or a new owner or tenant. Please note that if no new tenant or owner is moving in, Iberdrola Ireland will disconnect the property.
We will also need your final meter readings and your forwarding address for us to send your final invoice to.
You can let us know these details by emailing us at: contactus@iberdrola.ie or by calling us on: 1800 300 373 (Lines open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm and Saturday 9am to 4pm)


If I want to terminate my contract, what do I need to do?

We want you to be certain you've made the right decision so if you have any questions or need a little more information we'd love to hear from you. However, if you've changed your mind and want to cancel your contract, you can call us on 1800 300 370 (we're open Monday to Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 9am-4pm) or contact us by email at contactus@iberdrola.ie

Please note exit fees may apply (the termination fee that we charge to you will be specified in your Price Plan) Please see www.iberdrola.ie/businessterms for more information.


How to get in touch

How to contact us:
By calling us free
1800 300 370
(lines open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm and Saturday 9am to 4pm).
By emailing us
contactus@iberdrola.ie.
Webchat
Select 'Contact us' in your online account or in the app.

Emergency information:
I have a PowerCut - who should I call?
Emergency Contact Information (24 hours, 7 days a week)
Electrical emergencies or loss of power:
Call ESB Networks: 1800 372 999

I have a gas emergency - who do I call?
Smell gas or suspect a leak:

  • Call GNI 24 hour Emergency Line on 1800 20 50 50

If you can't get through dial 999 / 112

If you smell Gas:

  • Ensure gas appliances are turned off and have not been left on and unlit
  • Don't smoke, vape or use a naked flame
  • Don't unplug or switch anything electrical on or off
  • Open windows and doors
  • If the smell persists turn off the gas at the meter, see guide here
  • Call our 24 hour Emergency Line on 1800 20 50 50, no matter who your gas supplier is
  • If you can't get through, dial 999 / 112

Don't use a phone in the immediate area of the leak, use a neighbour's or call from outside.


Your Online Account


I have forgotten my password

You can reset the password for your online account by clicking here. Just enter the email address associated with your online account, click to continue and select ‘Forgot your password?’.

If you have access to the email inbox for the email address associated with your online account, then we can email you a magic link which will give you access straight to your online account, or you can request a link where you reset your password.

If you are already logged into your online account, you can access ‘My Details’ from your account dashboard, and you change ‘change password’ under your ‘Account Details’.


What can I do with my online account?

With your online account you will be able to;

  • View and download your bi-monthly bills
  • Track your energy usage
  • Manage your payments
  • Edit your personal details
  • Enter a meter reading
  • Browse all documents and communications

All at your own convenience!

Why not download our iOS or Android app to have all this functionality at your fingertips on the go?


How do I register for an online account?

You can easily register for an online account by clicking here. To register you will need:

  • Your Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN) which can be found at the top right of a current electricity bill
  • Your Iberdrola account number which can be found on your Welcome Pack

How do I submit a meter read?

To submit a meter read, simply log in to My Account or on the app and select Meter Readings.

If your meter read isn't accepted when submitting online, you're able to submit your meter read directly using the links below. Please note, you'll need your MPRN or GPRN.

Submit an electricity meter read
Submit a gas meter read


How do I notify Iberdrola of a bereavement?

If you have recently lost a loved one and need to change any account information, we have a dedicated team at your service to help you through this difficult time.
You can Contact Us by calling 1850 300 370 (our lines are currently open Monday to Friday 8am - 8pm & Saturday and bank holidays 10am - 4pm) or you can email us contactus@iberdrola.ie. To do this you'll need the following information:

  • Your relationship to the account holder
  • Account holder details (Iberdrola account number or address)
  • The date the person passed away
  • A contact phone number for you
  • Up to date meter readings for the property
  • Who will now be responsible for the energy bills

If you don't have this information to hand, please try and gather as much as possible to allow us to help.
We may ask for a Letter of Confirmation or a grant of Representation from the Personal Representative of the Estate or Power of Attorney. In certain circumstances we may also ask for a copy of the death certificate.


I can’t log into my online account

Please make sure you’re using the same email address you provided when you signed up for Iberdrola. Hint - we sent your welcome e-mail to
this e-mail address.
To request a new login link:
Go to Iberdrola.ie/myaccount and enter your e-mail address.
Select Continue and then choose Email me a link.
We’ll e-mail you a link.
If you’ve already requested a login link please ensure:You have clicked on the link within 24 hours of requesting, as after this time it will expire.If you requested a link more than once, please ensure you are clicking on the most recent version of the emailed link. Some e-mail clients such as Gmail can show you the last email you looked at, rather than the most recent email from a sender. The easiest way to check this is by looking at the date and time you received the email.


I don’t think I have set up a password for my online account. What do I do?

Don’t worry, we provide two ways in which you can access your online account to make it more convenient for you. You can log in without a password. We can send you an e-mail link which provides access, or you are able to set a password and use this to log in.

If you would like to set a password, when logging on;·
Enter your email address·
Then click Forgot your password?·
Then click Send me a reset link

We’ll send you an e-mail with a link to create a password. Please ensure you click it within 24 hours. This will then take you to a page when you can set up a password which you are able to use to log in online and via our app.


How do I request a link to log on?

You can request an e-mail link to log in via the website or the app;

On our website:
Log in to your online account here and enter your e-mail address. Select Continue and then choose Email me a link.  We’ll e-mail you a link. Please ensure you click on this link within 24 ours of requesting as after this time it will expire.

**On our app;· **
Click E-mail me a login link·
Enter your e-mail address and select Send me a login link and a log in link will automatically be sent to you


I want to include my partners/ spouses name on the account, how do I do this?

You can do this in your online account or in the app, or by getting in touch by:·


What is my energy usage?

Your energy usage is the amount of energy you've used over the last 12 months. You will be able to view a graph and table of your energy usage broken down by previous bill periods in the app or online by selecting 'Energy Usage' in My Account. 


How is my energy usage calculated?

To work out your energy usage we take the number of electricity and/or gas units used (in Kilowatt Hours) from your previous bills and then plot the resulting information in a graph. Your energy usage graph shows your usage across the billing periods that you have been with Iberdrola Ireland.


Why is my energy usage estimated?

Your energy usage may have been estimated due to a meter reading not being made available, or if your meter read was rejected by the network. If your meter reading has been estimated your energy has been assumed for the bill period based on your previous energy usage. To ensure your bills are as accurate as possible, we recommend that you provide regular meter readings. 


Why is no energy usage available on my account?

If we have not yet received a meter reading for your supply there will be no energy usage information available. As soon as your first bill has been generated, your energy usage will be displayed.


Refer a Friend


How do I refer my friend?

Simply log in to your online account and click on Refer a Friend. You’ll see a referral link which you can copy and share with as many of your friends as you like. All your friend needs to do is click on this link and sign up to Iberdrola. It’s that simple!

Important: To ensure you both receive the Refer a Friend credit, your friend must sign up using your personal link. If you tell your friends about Iberdrola and they sign-up without using this code, or through another channel (Bonkers, Switcher etc.) then we’re unable to provide this credit.


I've referred my friend, when will I receive my credit?

To receive your referral credit, your friend must successfully sign-up to Iberdrola and remain on supply for four months. Following these four months, your referral credit will then be applied to your next bill generated after this time period. The referral credit will appear on your bill as ‘Referral Fee’ and the value will be deducted from your overall bill balance.


How many friends can I refer?

As many as you like! At Iberdrola, there are no restrictions on the number of friends you can refer, or the amount of referral credit you can receive.


I have more than one contract with Iberdrola, which account will be credited with my referral fee?

If you have more than one contract with us, each contract will have its own unique referral link as we use this link to apply to the credit to your contract. If you wish to earn credit on a specific contract, please ensure you’re using the referral link generated under this contract in your online account.

If you are a dual fuel customer, the referral fee will be credited to your electricity account.


I’ve shared my referral code but I’m not sure if any of my friends have signed up.

If any of your friends successfully sign-up to Iberdrola using your referral code, an automatic email will be sent to you to let you know. This email will be sent to the email address used on your online account.


Can I generate a referral link if I don’t have an online account?

To access the Refer a Friend feature, you must have an online account with Iberdrola as this is where your unique referral link is created. If you have never logged into your online account, you can either;

  1. Log in using the email address you used to sign-up and request a login link which will be emailed to you and will provide instant access to your online account
  2. Register with your account number and MPRN to create an online account

Once logged in, you’ll be able to access and share your unique referral link through Refer a Friend.


Still need help?

There are a number of ways you can get in touch.