What can I do on my online account?
You can view the following on your online account:
- View account details
- tariff details
- previous and current bill
- pay your bill
- submit meter readings and view previous meter readings
- Update your marketing preferences
You can login into your online account here
You can find your account number on your Welcome Pack on the top right hand corner (9 digits 22XXXXXXX).
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Our updated portal will allow you to view your account information more easily and also provide information on meter reads whenever you like.
Your password must be:
- At least 8 characters long
- 4 of the following - uppercase character, lowercase characters, numbers and special characters
Once you have registered as an ESB Energy customer and received your Welcome Pack email, you will be able to register online so that you can easily manage your account. All you have to do is click here.
You will need the following information to hand to register your account:
- Account Number (in your Welcome Pack email)
- Email Address (the same email address you used when switching over to us)
Please follow the below steps to register your online account:
1. If you are a new customer, please click the “Sign up now” link at the bottom of the page.
2. Follow the below steps using the email address you used when signing up to ESB Energy and you account number which can be found in your Welcome Pack.
4. If you verify your email address correctly, you can then follow the login link to sign in.
Please check your ‘Other’ and ‘Junk’ folders to ensure the email has not been re-directed to an alternative mailbox.
To avoid this happening in future, please add ESB Energy as a contact, so that all email notifications will be directed to your primary mailbox.
If there is no email in your other mailboxes email or call us and we will resend it.
If you have an account on our old customer website, you will need to sign up to our brand, new website.
This option is for existing users that have already registered an online account. Please follow the below steps:
1. On the initial welcome screen, click sign-up now.
2. You should then see the following page where you can populate your email address and password as previously done in the old customer website:
3. If you verify your email address correctly you should see this page, you can then follow the login link to sign in:
You can of course. All you need to do to add a secondary contact by contacting our customer care team on 0345 6070 372 or email email@example.com. As permission is needed from both the account holder and the person being added, it is best to call us when both parties can be on the call.
1. Click on the Forgot your password link on the sign-in page:
2. Populate your email address and select the link Send verification code:
3. Please check your email inbox for your verification code.
4. You should now be able to populate your verification code. Enter your email address and the verification code you received in the appropriate fields and hit the ‘Verify code’ button.
5. If your code verified successfully you can now click on the ‘Continue’ button to proceed.
If there are 2 account holders, you will both be able to use the same email and password details to login. However, we currently cannot assign 2 email addresses to 1 account.
• Are a new ESB Energy customer and have never used any portal.
• Are an existing ESB Energy customer and have logged into the new portal before but on a different device.
• Are an existing ESB Energy customer and have used the previous ‘old portal’, but have forgotten your password To log-in as a new user.
2. Log-in as an Existing user if you:
• Are an existing ESB Energy customer, have used the old portal, and are logging into the new portal for the first time follow the existing user Log-In Steps.
Having a fixed tariff means that your standing charges and unit charges will remain the same for a fixed period. For more information on our fixed tariffs, click here.
A Kilowatt hour (kWh) is the unit of energy recorded by your electricity meter. Your gas usage is usually measured in m3 or ft3, which records the volume of gas you have used. This is then converted into KwH for your bill.
Cancellation fees can vary depending on the tariff you are on. This should be outlined in your welcome pack, however please feel free to contact us if you are unsure.
If you are in credit with your old supplier, you will have to contact them directly to request a refund.
Once you have registered with us, if you have opted in for online billing, it will commence automatically. You can login into the self-serve portal here.
We are not currently part of the Warm Home scheme but we may be in future. If this changes we will let you know across our social media channels and website.
The switch takes 17 days in total to complete on average. There are a few key days where we will be in contact:
- Day 1: A welcome pack will be sent to your email address with the terms and conditions.
- Day 9: The switch is in progress, we will contact you with your go live date.
- Day 15: We will request a meter read.
- Day 17: Switch is now complete and you are a registered customer with ESB Energy!
If you are interested in becoming a customer, please click here.
To make the switch as hassle free as possible, we will contact your supplier for you. The transfer will be completely seamless as the same pipes and wires are used by all suppliers. You may want to make sure there are no further fixed monthly payments are paid to your previous provider once the switch is processed. If you are in credit with your supplier you may need to contact them directly to arrange a refund.
Your Economy 7 hours vary depending on your meter and the area in which your business operates. In most cases, you will receive 7 hours at the low night rate between 12.00am and 7.00am.
You may be eligible to register for Priority Services if you or someone in your household is of pensionable age, disabled, has a long term illness or if there are children under five. Click here for more information
In the unlikely event that your electricity or gas supply is interrupted, being registered on the Priority Services Register allows the relevant companies to know that you're potentially in need of additional services. These can vary based on the scale and length of the outage.
Customers that we know have electrically dependant medical equipment and/or life threatening illnesses are likely to be prioritised in order of contact and the provision of services. However, whatever the reason for your registration, knowing how we can adapt our actions and communications appropriately helps us safeguard you too.
If you change supplier or move house, please let us know and we will be able to create a new account for you for your new property.You can download the Priority Services Register form here.
If you are switching to a different supplier, you will need to notify your new supplier that you need to be added to the Priority Services Register. You can phone us on 0345 60 70 372 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a dual fuel customer - meaning that you have one company providing both your electricity and gas, then you only need to register once. This is the same if you do not have a gas supply. If you have two separate suppliers for your electricity and gas, it is recommended that you register with both suppliers
Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. We have a dedicated team to help you through the next steps and make things as easy as possible for you.We appreciate that the passing away of a family member or friend is never an easy experience. We want to make things as straightforward and as stress-free as possible for you.
Detailed below are some of the things we may need in order to update our systems and organise affairs on your behalf:
- The account holder's name and/or account number
- Your relationship to the deceased
- The date that the account holder passed away
- Up to date meter readings
- A copy of the death certificate
- Your contact information
- Who is now responsible for the property
We appreciate that the passing away of a family member or friend is never an easy experience. We want to make things as straightforward and as stress-free as possible for you. Please contact our customer care team on 0345 6070 372 or emal us at email@example.com and we will be more than happy to help.
Your current supplier can object to you switching, but only under specific circumstances, which will be set out in your contract. Some typical reasons include:
- If you are in debt with your supplier (debt needs to be over 28 days old)
- If you are still bound by your contract, because you are on a Fixed Energy Plan where the term has not ended.
Your supplier cannot object if:
- You are not signed up to any contract because you are on a deemed contract
- Your contract has expired and you are not bound by its terms.
If your current supplier does object to your switch, they are under licence obligations to tell you this as soon as possible. They must also tell you:
- The reason why they have objected.
- How you can resolve this if you think you have a case.
We send you an annual statement each year and this gives you a clear breakdown of your usage over the last 12 months.
Alternatively, your monthly bill provides an estimated annual consumption figure and this can be found in the 'about your tariff' section.
We are aiming to make the switching process as easy as possible for you. You will need your bank details on hand to complete the switch. We can estimate your usage, or if you have your electricity or gas bill we can provide a quote based on your Annual Consumption. Click here to receive a quote in seconds