Endesa Invoices: How to understand your electricity bill
How to view my Endesa electricity and gas bill
You can view your electricity and gas bills any time from anywhere with an internet connection. You just need to access your Client Area.
In your Client Area you can view all your bills for the electricity, gas and/or maintenance services you have contracted with us. They are organised automatically so they can be viewed quickly. You will never lose another bill and you can always check how much you spent last month, the month before, and even in previous years.
All you need to do to be able to view your electricity and gas bill is to be registered:
Once inside your Client Area, select “Invoices”. There you will see all your bills, in chronological order, with their corresponding amount.
How to understand Endesa's electricity bill step by step
Next, we will guide you through your bill so that you find and understand important concepts such as your contract number, your invoice number, the CUPS (a unique code that identifies your supply point) or how much energy you have consumed. In the following video that we have prepared for you, you can follow your invoice step by step to understand it better.
1. Identification of the company that issues your invoice
This section shows the logo, company name, Tax ID no. and registered office of Endesa Energía, your Retailer. It is also reported that this is an electricity bill.
2. Data for the bill
Here you will find all the data that identify this invoice, and that you will need in case you have to make any query about it:
- Invoice number: Tax identification no. for this invoice.
- Reference: This is the invoice code. It consists of the contract number, followed by a sequential of the corresponding invoice number.
- Date of issue for the invoice and billing period.
- If you pay by direct debit, the date on which you will be charged the amount corresponding to your invoice.
- If you do not pay by direct debit, date by which you have to make the payment for this bill will appear.
- Contract holder data: This shows the name and address of the recipient of the invoice.
5. Details of the electricity contract
This section includes the main data for the holder and other data of interest in your contract:
- The main data for the holder of the contract.
- User's residence address.
- Deregulated market contract: This is the name of the electricity tariff that you have contracted with Endesa to which this invoice corresponds.
- Powers contracted: The value in kW of the powers currently contracted, both for the off-peak and the peak time band.
- CUPS: The unique code that identifies your supply point. It is headed by the sequence "ES" followed by another 20 characters, numbers or letters. This is the data you will have to provide in case you have to make a query regarding your invoice or contract.
- Minimum duration and when this ends: If you are subject to minimum duration this is indicated with a "Yes", and below the date when it ends.
- Meter number: This is the number that identifies the meter that the Distributor uses to measure the energy consumed.
- Supply contract reference number: Contract number with Endesa Energía.
- Retailer: Name of the Retailer.
- Distributor: The name of the Distributor (the company that supplies your home or premises with electricity).
- Access Contract Reference: The number of the contract with the Distributor.
- Transport and distribution tariff: This is the tariff paid by the Retailer to the Distributor for the use of their distribution network. This tariff is established by the Government and in the case of domestic users and for businesses with a power of less than 15kW it is called the 2.0TD tariff.
- Segmentation charge: The segment in which your supply type is located for other regulated charges (other than toll tariffs). An example of these charges is production in electrical systems in non-mainland Spain territories, the electricity system deficit and waste treatment.
- End of supply contract: The date on which this contract terminates. This data is just a reminder and for your information. The contract is renewed annually and automatically, unless otherwise indicated.
6. Detailed electricity bill
All items and amounts invoiced are explained here:
- Invoicing for contracted power: This is what you pay for the contracted power. It is calculated by multiplying the contracted kW by the price per kW for your tariff and by the number of days in the invoicing period.
- Invoicing by energy consumed: This is the total amount you pay for the energy consumed. It is obtained by multiplying the kW consumed during the invoicing period by the price per kWh for the contracted tariff.
- Discounts: If you have any discount on the fixed or variable price according to the tariff contracted.
- Rental of metering and control equipment: This is the amount paid to rent the meter.
- Electricity taxes: This is a tax on electricity established by the Government.
7. Purpose of the amounts in your electricity bill
Here is a breakdown graph detailing what the total amount for your bill is for and in what percentage:
- Energy: The share of the total for contracted power and electricity consumption during the invoicing period.
- Meter rental: If you do not own a meter, this is the percentage of the invoice you pay to rent one.
- Taxes: These are the taxes paid to the Government for VAT or IGIC on the invoice and for electricity tax.
- Transmission and distribution tariffs: This is the percentage destined to the distributor for the maintenance and improvement of the Spanish Electricity Network.
- Charges, broken down as follows:
Remuneration for renewables, cogeneration and waste (RECORE in Spanish).
Non-mainland Territories generation (TNP).
Below you will find information on electricity consumption for the purposes of invoicing the toll tariffs and charges in the different time bands.
And the gas bill?
You can find your gas bills in the same place as your electricity bills, and if you do not understand them or have any doubts, you can watch our tutorial to understand Endesa gas bills.