Billing and Invoicing by IANA

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In order to give the best possible services, energy, or even water bill validation service to customers, various companies have developed a method to figure out how much energy or water a customer is using according to their utilities tariff. This way, customers do not end up paying for too much or not enough energy or water. Customers will also not be over billed for their services. This method of billing is called “bill validation”, because it verifies the amount of energy or water being used by the customer. The method of billing is very effective and helps both the customer and the utility to reduce costs.

One of the main reasons why this method of billing has become so popular is due to the rising costs of energy bills in recent years. According to the Valuation Office of Ireland (VIOI), in the last twelve months there has been a steady increase in the number of people who are using alternative energy sources. It also found that in the last six years there was an increase in the number of people who were not able to keep up with payments on their energy bills.

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So, as customers continue to use alternative energy and natural resources, their utility invoices will continue to rise. There was a time when consumers simply sent in their bills and the utility had no choice but to process them according to the set rates. However, the Irish government has introduced a new Bill that allows a person to submit a framework agreement stating that the rates set out by the utility have become unenforceable. When a customer agrees to this framework agreement, they will pay an agreed amount to the Irish Gas and Electricity regulator (Irish Gas).

A customer will then be required to pay an additional fee each month to this company until their bill has been paid in full. The majority of consumers feel that this extra money is an unnecessary expense for their gas and electricity bills and that it is actually a loss for the state due to the amount of money that the state now stands to lose due to people using environmentally friendly energy and decreasing the amount of gas and electricity that the state uses. Many people are also starting to realise that paying in bulk for their energy bills is a better way to manage the cost than just paying once per month. In the past, many consumers have submitted incomplete or incorrect forms for their utility bills. As a result, the Irish Gas and Electricity Authority has had to pay out money to Irish Gas and its subsidiary Npower for mistakes made in submitting these forms.

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In previous six years, the Irish Gas and Electricity Authority (IGEA) was able to keep the prices of gas and electricity in line with European standards, but with the introduction of the new Bill, the invoices will have to be reviewed and revised every twelve months. The majority of bills submitted over the last six years had errors in the information provided. The new Bill will require any supplier to submit to the IANA for the correct amount of energy specified on the bill. The IANA will then verify this information and ensure that the correct amount has been entered onto the billing system.

The IANA is expected to introduce Bill validation software to make the process easier for IANA clients. The Billing and Invoicing module will be able to detect errors made by suppliers and allow IANA clients to submit charges for bill processing and collection without errors. The suppliers will still need to check the accuracy of the bills submitted, but with the changes to the invoices, suppliers should be able to detect errors quickly so that they can correct them before the bill goes into default. An IANA error could be catastrophic for a company, resulting in thousands of pounds worth of losses and costs. This is why the introduction of Billing and Invoicing by IANA is an excellent way for ensuring that the invoices submitted are accurate.

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