- Debit Card
- Direct debit
- Your bill
- How to pay
- Trouble paying
- Electricity allowance
Sign up for Direct Debit
Take the hassle out of paying your electricity or gas bill by signing up for Direct Debit. Just fill in the form and we will do the rest.
What you need:
- A Republic of Ireland bank account that allows Direct Debit to be set up
- Your Electric Ireland account number (found on your bill)
- Your IBAN and BIC code (Found on your bank statement)
Find out more about your IBAN and BIC
If you don't have a Republic of Ireland Bank Account please complete this mandate
What is IBAN?
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. It contains your Bank Account Number and a new code so that your bank account can be used throughout the EU.
What is BIC?
BIC stands for Bank Identifier Code. BIC codes are specific to each bank within the EU (replacing sort codes). They can be found on your Bank statement or can be requested from your bank.
Where can I find my IBAN and BIC codes?
Your IBAN and BIC codes are available from your bank and can be found on your bank account statement.
What does an IBAN look like?
An example of an IBAN: IE99AIBK90000012345678
|Country Code||Check Digits||Bank Code
(in this case AIB)
|Sort Code||Account Number|
- The branch sort code and your account number are part of your IBAN.
- Irish IBANs will always contain 22 characters and be in the above format.
- The check digits are simply a pair of numbers that permit the arithmetical validation of your IBAN
You can cancel or change your Direct Debit any time you want - just contact us at 1850 372 372
Your Direct Debit should be set up within five days, subject to the verification of your bank account details.