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What are the current energy prices like?

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What are the current energy prices like?

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Our last bill for 2 people ( 4 bed detached working from home) was €140 (2 months) but prices going up from next month. We don't have gas/oil and haven't used heating yet, so might be in for a surprise soon.
All you can do right now is check here
https://www.bonkers.ie/compare-gas-electricity-prices/

We got a lorry load of hardwood delivered last week and that should keep us going for the winter.
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Good news is that all households will receive €600 in form of three payments. Many will complain but at least it's something.
https://midwestradio.ie/index.php/ne...today-s-budget
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Hi ALL,
What are the prices for gas and electricity going in to 2023?

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Originally Posted by Stephen Jones
Hi ALL,
What are the prices for gas and electricity going in to 2023?

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The link provided previously still works - https://www.bonkers.ie/compare-gas-electricity-prices/

Results give estimated total annual cost - https://www.bonkers.ie/compare-gas-e.../your-results/
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The link provided previously still works - https://www.bonkers.ie/compare-gas-electricity-prices/

Results give estimated total annual cost - https://www.bonkers.ie/compare-gas-e.../your-results/
Thanks for this.
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Even though the natural gas prices are down to pre-Ukraine-war levels, prices aren't passed on to the consumer at the same pace. Does anybody know why this is the case?
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