Here, there are two groups of important information: one that identifies the supply and the other the financial information:
These include the following:
Identification of the owner and the point of supply: the contract holder’s name and surname(s) and tax ID number (for individuals) or Tax ID Code (for legal persons). The address shown here may be different from the one on the first page. This is the supply point address, which may differ from the delivery and billing address.
Product contracted: the rate applicable to the contract
Power: the kW of power that are contracted at the current rate.
Retailer and distributor: it is important to distinguish between these companies in order to clarify who is responsible for faults, for example.
Contract number: the reference number assigned by your retailer.
CUPS: CUPS stands for Universal Supply Point Code (Código Universal de Punto de Suministro, in Spanish), a code with 20 to 22 alphanumeric digits starting with ES. It is unique and is used to identify your contract with your current operator, or if you want to make any changes.
Contract end date: this is included for information purposes and does not require any action on the part of the consumer since it is automatically renewed.
Previous and current meter readings: shows how much electricity you used during the billing period. It is important to know whether the reading is real or an estimate. If it is an estimate, it will have been calculated based on your normal consumption, but it will eventually be adjusted (upward or downward).