(**) Excluding both replaceable and non-fixed-date holidays and 6 January.
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Power charge for access tariffs and electricity charges in 2021
The power charge now has 6 capacities at different prices, one for each of the 6 time periods of the consumption charge.
Power capacities under contract must follow the increasing order criterion, i.e. the power under contract in period P1 must be less than or equal to that of P2, power in P2 must be less than or equal to that of P3, and so on up to period P6.
Starting 1 June 2021 and by default, the capacities under contract are adapted to the six periods as established in the regulations:
- Capacity under contract in period P1: capacity previously under contract in period P1.
- Capacity under contract in periods P2, P3, P4 and P5: capacity previously under contract in period P2 (if it does not meet the criterion of increasing capacities, capacity under contract in period P1).
- Capacity under contract in period P6: capacity previously under contract in period P3 (if it does not meet the criterion of increasing capacities, capacity under contract in period P5).
From 1 June 2021 and for 12 months, you may modify your power capacities under contract for free and up to two times, to adapt them to the new time periods. However, bear in mind that the new power capacity must be equal to or less than the highest capacity under contract at the time of the change.
Otherwise, you will have to pay the connection charges under the regulations in force.
How is excess power billed with the new access tariffs?
The new regulations also introduce changes in billing of demanded power that apply to the 3.0TD access tariff.
If the power demanded exceeds the power under contract in any time period, surcharges will apply for any excess use in each period, as follows:
- For type 4 and 5 meters with excess consumption, maximeter will still be used for billing, with twice the excess power charge for the surplus of required power.
- For all other meters (types 1, 2 and 3), billing still follows the fourth-hour load curve, where the applicable excess power charge will have a surcharge to discourage contracts for capacities lower than those demanded.
If the capacity under contract is more than demanded, any due bonuses will no longer apply.
How is reactive energy surplus billed under the new access tariffs?
Inductive reactive energy billing remains unchanged in the 3.0TD access tariff, expressed in €/kVArh.
It will apply over all time periods except P6, provided that the inductive reactive consumption exceeds 33% of the active consumption.