Updated: 20/12/16 : 10:40:48Printable Version
Some 27,000 electricity meters are to be replaced amid concerns a fault has resulted in some customers being overcharged.
ESB Networks says around 17,000 meters may contain the faulty component, with indications of a 10% failure rate within this specific batch.
The company says it will carry out tests on the affected meters.
Anyone who was wrongly charged will be refunded.