I wanted to write “temperatures go down; Electricity goes up,” but there wasn’t enough room in the heading box, but you got the gist, I hope.
The Minister of Industry, José Manuel Soria, has announced that the rates on electricity will go up 3% as of the 1st of January.
Sometimes we only react to the price of electricity as end consumers; but that is only one place where it hits us. It also hits us indirectly when when we go out and buy something. Take the case of the Almuñécar farmers in the vega…
Just when utility service users are getting used to the last cost increment in their domestic electricity bills, the Central Government announced that as of the 1st of July, it would go up a further 3.95%.
Just as consumers are getting used to the idea of monthly electricity bill, it has now been decided to switch back to two-monthly ones. Gone, then, will be the ‘estimated readings’ so that you will only be charged for what you have actually used.