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The study covers the tariffs without time discrimination and stable price per kW of contracted power and kWh of energy consumed of Cepsa, CHC Energía, Endesa, Feníe, Holaluz, Iberdrola, Lucera, Naturgy, Repsol and Som Energía.

After Holaluz, which this month has moved from second to first place, the second most expensive tariff is that of Feníe (Megawatt 2.0), which represents a bill of 85.15 euros for the average user.

When reviewing the rates per kWh consumed, the highest are those of Holaluz (18.95 cents), Feníe (18.48 cents) and Som Energía (17.70 cents). The differences reach 86.1% with respect to the average price per kWh last May with the PVPC tariff (10.18 cents).

The tariffs without time discrimination and stable price per kW of contracted power and kWh of energy consumed that have been analyzed are called Cepsa Hogar Fija Electricidad, Endesa One, Naturgy Tarifa EcoEasy Luz, Iberdrola Plan Estable, Holaluz Pago Clásico, Repsol Tarifa Online, Som Energía Tarifa 2.0 Sin Discriminación Horaria, Lucera Tarifa 2.0A Precio Fijo, CHC Energía Oferta Confianza Base Hogar and Feníe Energía Megavatio 2.0.

Energy trading companies

Changing our consumption habits, adapting them to the three periods that will be enabled (peak, flat and valley), can make us achieve savings in the new electricity bill that comes into force on June 1, 2021. To pay less, the Andalusian Energy Agency recommends to choose well, both the hours of consumption and the days of use of our appliances and electrical equipment, and review our electricity contracts when the new electricity tariffs are approved, contacting our electricity marketers in case we have doubts.

  Concentrar energia en las manos

The Agency recommends, however, to check if we really need the power we have contracted. Reducing it from 4.6 kW to 3.6 kW would mean lowering this cost in the new bill from 150 euros to 120 euros per year (including taxes).

With the changes introduced in the new electricity bill, it is important that we know how we have contracted our electricity bill because, depending on that, the savings may be greater or lesser. Thus, users of the regulated market will notice much more the savings they can achieve in the different time slots if they change their consumption habits. In the case of consumers who are in the free market, it is advisable that they inform themselves correctly about their contracts with the marketing companies with which they have contracted their supply if they want to increase their savings. Thus, for example, those who have a fixed monthly price could end up paying for the three tranches at the cost of the peak P1 period, so that, even if they change their consumption habits, their expenses will not decrease unless they introduce energy efficiency measures.

  La energia del hidrogeno

Energy and business

Royal Decree-Law 13/2012 of March 2012 is also a relevant regulatory package, affecting all activities in the energy chain: generation, transmission, distribution, commercialization and consumption, in addition to modifying some responsibilities and aspects related to the operation or remuneration of bodies or agents such as the National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC), the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving (IDAE) or the Electricity System Operator. It imposes new measures aimed at reducing system costs and reducing the tariff deficit from 2013 onwards. To this end, it proposes, among other actions, the following measures:

In July 2012, Royal Decree-Law 20/2012 was published, approving various measures to guarantee budgetary stability and to promote competitiveness. The approved measures pivot on two axes: fiscal consolidation and the promotion of new structural reforms, among which the following stand out:

Energy Magazine

The Council of Ministers, at the proposal of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (MITECO), has approved Royal Decree 1124/2021 approving the direct granting of aid for the implementation of thermal renewable energy installations in different sectors of the economy, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR).

  Perdida de energia vital

This line of aid has an initial budget of 150 million euros from the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving (IDAE), which may be increased depending on the demand and the development of the projects. The funds will be allocated to the autonomous communities and cities, which must, in turn, issue the corresponding calls for applications for the granting of aid.

Eligible costs include, among others, the investment in equipment and materials, the costs of execution of the works or the control and monitoring systems of both the production and the demand of thermal energy, as well as the civil works necessary for the execution of the projects.

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