- The EURINV19 progresses towards the update of eInvoicing platforms
- EURINV19 carries out the conformance and interoperability tests of the initiative
- EURINV19 completes the conformance and interoperability tests of the initiative
Trinity College Dublin is enabled on the Peppol Network to receive electronic invoices and credit notes that comply with the European eInvoicing Directive. If you are enabled for eInvoicing on the Peppol Network, our registration details are outlined below.
- Peppol/SMP ID: 9935:ie2200007u
- Peppol Access Point Service Provider: Celtrino (www.celtrino.com)
- Technical Service Provider Contact: email@example.com
To commence eInvoicing on the Peppol Network, please contact a Peppol Access Point Service Provider.
The European Directive on eInvoicing (2014/55/EU) obliges contracting authorities and contracting entities‘to receive and process electronic invoices’ (eInvoices) compliant with the European Standard (EN-16931).
It is important to note that suppliers are not mandated under this Directive to send eInvoices in Ireland at this time and please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are an existing supplier who wishes to submit eInvoices for processing.
Trinity does however accept PDF invoices once the Purchase Order numbers are clearly printed on the document and sent directly to email@example.com. Only one invoice should be included per PDF and multiple PDFs can be attached in a single email. PDF invoices are not considered eInvoicing under this Directive and do not require prior contact with the Accounts Payable team.
Further information on eInvoicing is available on the Office of Government Procurement website at: https://ogp.gov.ie/einvoicing/
The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Trinity College and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.