Our Customers mean everything to us.  You keep us going every day, buying our citizen and community owned renewable power for your homes, communities and businesses.  We’re a small family, so when you become one of our customers you become one of us.  With your support we are working to enable communities across Ireland to build renewable generation projects.

Whether you are a home, community or business, whether you have been with us since day one, or are joining today, we treat everyone equally. That’s why we promise to always offer fair, consistent, transparent and competitive rates our old customers, our new customers and our generators.

We don’t do gimmicks.  Our contracts do NOT contain early exit penalties.  You are free to leave whenever you like – although we hope you won’t!

New Customers, check out our Prices here and click on the button at the bottom to sign up and become a new customer.

Customers, old and new, if you have any questions, or want to talk through anything at all, give us a call or send us an email, and we can call you back.

Customer Feedback

Jean, Irish Hand Weaves  – ‘We are a small weaving business based in the town of Ennistymon, Co Clare.  We are delighted to be with Community Power as our electricity supplier, as we value community and supporting local, Irish based initiatives, creating a greener, environmentally more stable Ireland.’

Paul O Sullivan, CEO of Clann Credo – ‘We have found the quality of the service and their customer support to be first class. The tariff structure is fair and transparent. The SWITCH to Community Power was seamless, immediate and trouble free. We are very happy to recommend Community Power, as an authorised and state regulated electricity supplier, to both the business and domestic sectors in Ireland. We would like to congratulate Community Power on achieving large supplier authorisation from the Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (CRU) in November 2019. We are particularly pleased, that an organisation such as Community Power with Community Empowerment and Development values similar to our own, is playing such a positive and transformative role in the Irish Renewable Sector.’

Anne, Sage Farm, Wexford ‘I had an air-to-water heat pump installed in my old farmhouse several months ago, my aim being to get free of fossil fuels. Of course, this is only possible if the electricity the heat pump uses is fossil free, too. Community Power is exactly what I needed: electricity from local renewables, and generated by lots of small producers who are thereby getting paid for their enterprise and care for the planet.’

Jacinta, Inis Mór – ‘What I love about Community Power is its local, renewable and switching from my old provider was simple.I feel community renewable energy is the solution for future generation on this Island’

Catríona, West Kerry – ‘I’m delighted to have signed up with Community Power knowing that my electricity is coming not only from renewable sources, but is generated by Irish Energy Communities and individuals. As an energy consumer, I want to do everything I can to reduce my carbon footprint, and having Community Power as my energy supplier give me great peace of mind’.

Gurteen College, Jon Parry – ‘Gurteen College is one of Ireland’s premier agricultural colleges, we have always had a very sustainable attitude to all our activities and teaching.  When the opportunity arose to tender our electricity supply we were delighted that Community Power came up with a competitive tender.  When coupled with our own solar PV and wind turbine we have the perfect sustainable solution to our electricity needs.’