Energia promises extra winter savings with new Cosy Homes scheme
Robyn Hamilton
Staff Writer

Cold weather and those resulting big winter bills are just around the corner but Energia is hoping to help you curtail household costs with its new energy efficiency scheme “Cosy Homes”.

From today, both new and existing Energia customers can potentially save even more this autumn and winter with Energia’s Cosy Homes Scheme. By undertaking an energy efficiency project in their home, consumers can achieve longer-term savings, according to the energy supplier.

What is Energia’s Cosy Homes scheme?

Energia’s Cosy Homes Scheme provides a one-stop-shop for home energy efficiency upgrades, from the initial audit to managing grant applications and carrying out all the works in partnership with House2Home. These services are available to both new and existing Energia customers.

How does the scheme work and how can I benefit?

Energia customers can make substantial savings using these services, through a combination of SEAI grant funding and Energia customer discounts.  For example, Energia can provide attic insulation at a saving of €500 on the recommended retail price.

Other benefits examples include a 28-point check service on your boiler for just €85 and a Netatmo home heating thermostat free of charge with all boiler services.

Energia has already supported over 10,000 efficiency upgrades in homes across Ireland.  These projects have resulted in annual saving of over €1.2 million on energy bills in these homes according to the supplier.

Geoff Codd, Head of Marketing and Retail Development at Energia said:

“We are also committed to providing smart technology and are delighted to be giving a Netatmo home heating thermostat free with all boiler services.”


If you like the sound of Energia’s Cosy Homes scheme you can find out all of the details over on their website. If you’re not already an Energia customer you can check out and compare all of their current deals here.

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