What are the peak and off-peak times?
The time-of-use rate is a billing alternative for your electricity consumption hours in which there is a different price depending on the time of consumption. That is, you will be charged one price or another depending on the time when you consume your energy. These two time windows are called "punta" (peak) and "valle" (off-peak).
The 14-hour "valle" (or off-peak) schedule runs from 10 p.m. to 12 noon in winter and from 11 p.m. to 1 p.m. in summer, and is the cheapest period for electricity.
The 10-hour "punta" (or peak) schedule runs from 12 noon to 10 p.m. in winter and from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. in summer, and is the most expensive period for electricity.
Most of the hourly discrimination pricing schedules that exist on the market are restricted to these periods, but there are also new formulas that give energy consumers more freedom. Saving is now in your hands if you adapt your consumption to the "valle" or off-peak time slot, or you can also sign up for one of our rates, especially adapted to you.
Our Tempo Happy Rate, for example, allows you to choose 2 hours a day (or a full day a week) in which your electricity consumption will be totally free of charge and in which you can concentrate your consumption in order to save.