The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), Ireland’s independent energy, energy safety and water regulator, secured a significant prosecution against a Dublin man who hadRead More
Welcome to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities’ Website
The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) has changed its name to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities to fully reflect its broadened remit and mission to regulate water, energy and energy safety in the public interest.
The CRU is Ireland’s independent energy and water regulator and has a wide range of economic, customer protection and safety responsibilities.
Following the commencement of the Energy Act 2016, the CER was required to change its name to fully incorporate all aspects of its expanded role.
The strategic objectives of the CRU and its Mission, Vision and Values will remain focused on protecting the interests of the public in terms of safety, energy security and consumer rights.
This website will contain all historical documents previously published by the CER, as well as helpful information for consumers.
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) is Ireland’s independent energy and water regulator. Our mission is to regulate water, energy and energy safety in the public interest.
Need information in relation to energy or water? Find helpful information, links and advice.
Make a Complaint
Learn all you need to know about how to make a complaint in relation to energy or water. Find out about the CRU’s free complaint resolution service.
We’re here to help you. Find out about the CRU’s Customer Care Team and how we can help domestic and small business customers.
Latest News & Events
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) today published the results of a consumer survey targeted at measuring consumer engagement, experience and attitudes in theRead More
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU), Ireland’s independent energy regulator has successfully secured a prosecution against Mr. Shane Manning trading as SM Gas Services,Read More