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The first €150 credit is scheduled for disbursement starting on December 1

Households across Ireland are poised to receive their initial €150 energy credit starting today, coinciding with a cold spell gripping the nation. In a recent announcement, the government affirmed that Irish households will benefit from a total €450 reduction in their bills, with energy credits disbursed in December, January, and March. While the first tranche of the energy credit is set for distribution on December 1, the actual impact on bills may not be realized until the New Year, depending on individual billing cycles.

Eligibility for the €150 Energy Credit
The energy credit is applicable to all domestic electricity accounts registered with an electricity supplier in the Republic of Ireland. Eligibility extends to:

1. Urban domestic customers (classified as DG1)
2. Rural domestic customers (classified as DG2)

Arrival of the First €150 Energy Credit
As outlined in the budget, the government has officially slated the commencement of energy credit disbursements from December 1, 2023. However, numerous Irish energy providers have cautioned customers that the credit might not reflect on their bills until December 31. It’s essential to be cognizant of this timeline based on your billing cycle.

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