The affected areas on Thursday 19, from 09:00 to 18:00 are: Phase two of Urbanization Alhambra, Phase one Urbanization Alhambra, Urbanization Almijara III, Road Camino Ronda (Capistrano), Cuesta Colorada Street, Urb Fuente del Badén I, Urb. Fuente del Badén II, Jacaranda Street, Urb. Las Jacarandas, Urb. Jardines from Nerja, Calle Juncos, Carretera Málaga-Almería, Carretera Nacional 340, Rs / Sector SUP-4, …
The latest government scheme to calculate the price of electricity comes into effect from Tuesday April 1st, a model that eliminates the quarterly power auctions and take into account the average daily price of electricity.
Here’s an interesting article on the exorbitant cost of electricity in Spain, the whys and wherefores and why some power companies are making a fortune. The shocking price of Spanish electricity
The cost of electricity will be going up by 3.2% in the next few days. Electricity bills have risen by 63% in the past eight years from an average of €360 to €588.50 per year.
The electricity Tariff of Last Resort (TUR), used by some 22 million people in Spain, will increase on average by 1.2% as from tomorrow, Monday July 1st. The cost of electricity has risen by 60% in the past five years.
The cost of the Tariff of Last Resort (TUR) for electricity goes down by 6.62% as from Monday April 1st, the first decrease since the tariff was introduced in 2009. The TUR is the rate used in most homes and in some small businesses and is where the contracted capacity is less than 10 kilowatts.
The electricity Tariff of Last Resort (TUR) is currently expected to go down by 6.7% as from April 1st 2013.
Torrox Council claims to have reduced the municipal electricity costs during the past year by around €140,000 through the implementation of ‘a number of actions to improve the management of local energy consumption and to reduce it as far as possible’.
The cost of electricity is set to rise on January 1st 2013, the TUR ‘Tariff of Last Resort’ going up by around 3%. In addition, users with contracted power consumption of 3 to 10 kilowatts who exceed that figure by more than 10% face a surcharge of between 1% and 8% on their electricity bill.
Ronda Council has commissioned a study aimed at reducing the municipal electricity bill, currently around €900,000 per year. The aim is to reduce this by €400,000 as well as improve and modernise lighting in the city.