How to contract gas rate of last resort?

How to contract gas rate of last resort?

Forced to offer differently regulated rates (called the last resort rate, TUR) for natural gas, major energy companies have recently had a avalanche of inquiries by customers themselves jump to edited work and anticipate a change towards a trend drastically narrowing of regulated rates, years later, with a dwindling client base that ended at free market rates.

Last resort (TUR) tariff for natural gas, government regulated tariff and its price is fixed in quarterly periods -in January, April, July and October. it’s a fee has no permanence and is the same for all Spain. Until now, it was only for homes with consumption up to 50,000 kWh per year, but since the last 18 also available for neighboring communities with central heating.

According to the calculations made by the Government, which limited the maximum increase in the cost of raw materials to 15%, which is a measure that will remain in effect until January 1, 2023, the last rate resource will be able to reduce the bills of million households by more than 1.7.

gas use

To conclude a contract with the gas TUR, the customer does not need to choose the access rate, he only needs to indicate to the marketer the areas of use of the gas. Depending on these uses, the distributor will set one or another rate. If a customer has consumed more than 5,000 kWh during a year and has signed a contract, TUR1the distributor will automatically switch to the tariff. TUR2 and it will be the marketer who applies the change in prices to the invoice.

The price of TUR1 rate for households with annual consumption up to 5,000 kWh/year is determined as 0.0636 euro/kWh for variable maturity and 5.03 euro/month for one period in October. fixed with variable term, both prices are pre-tax.

For customers consuming between 5,000 and 15,000 kWh/year, the TUR2 rate price was determined as 0.0607 euro/kWh for variable maturity and 9.52 euro/month for fixed maturity (excluding taxes) in October.

For customers with consumption up to 50,000 kWh/year, TUR3 has been determined as 0.0585 euro/kWh for variable maturity and 20.54 euro/month for fixed maturity, excluding taxes, in October.

Free and without persistence

As stated by the National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC), supplier change is free and “all consumers have the right to freely contract their gas supply with the marketing company they deem best suited to their needs and interests”.

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To conclude a contract with a gas TUR, it is sufficient to provide the marketer with the documents of the owner of the gas supply, the address of the house where the supply is located, the CUPS (Universal Supply Point Code, which can be found on the existing gas supply). gas bill) and the bank account from which the payments were made.

However, there are only four reference marketers in Spain who can offer this price: Energía XXI (Endesa), toll-free number 800 760 333; Curenergía (Iberdrola), toll-free 900 200 708; Gas and Electricity (from Naturgy), free 900 100 502; and Chief Marketer Reference (TotalEnergies), toll-free phone 900 902 947.

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