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#1 jimtaylor

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Posted 04 September 2017 - 10:18 AM

Like many of us, I changed to dual tariff pricing some while ago. However, Iberdrola have an offer for new contracts valid until the end of October with cheaper prices than I'm currently paying:

 

Low rate: €0.060709 per kW/h

High rate: €0.142726 per kW/h

Power charge: €42.043426 per kW/year, which works out at €0.115187 per kW/day

 

I printed out the PDF with the prices, plus a copy of my most recent bill, took them to the Iberdola shop in Almoradí, and asked if I could change to these prices.

 

They asked for my NIE number plus my passport or driving license, and five minutes later I had a new contract, with the new prices effective from tomorrow.

 

If you wish to do the same, the link to the PDF is:

 

https://www.iberdrol.../plan_noche.pdf

 


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#2 Andreu

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Posted 05 September 2017 - 02:57 PM

Do tell us more.

 

Back in the old (Nordic) country, night electricity requires a special meter that measures usage separately during daylight hours (when commercial and industrial usage is high) and nightime +  week-ends when consumers can make use of the chreaper tariff for washing and drying clothes, heating the sauna, baking and roasting etc,

 

Do I assume correctly that your dual rates are related to when you use the electricity? What kind of a meter do you have, did they change it when you signed initially?



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Posted 05 September 2017 - 03:53 PM

Hours for the cheap rate are:

 

Invierno 22:00 a 12:00

Verano 23:00 a 13:00

 

They had to fit a new meter, and I think they charged about €11 for this.



#4 Andreu

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Posted 05 September 2017 - 05:11 PM

Muchas gracias for this info! The pricing I understand; giving away cheap hours so as to spread the demand to avoid investing in new generating capacity. I don't at all understand their hours but I am not complaining. It means that we could a lot of things first thing in the morning, for ex. the laundry that "back home" we did at night.



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Posted 18 September 2017 - 12:47 PM

Done it today, Jim.

 

Many thanks for the tip-off!

 

Steve



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Posted 20 September 2017 - 06:08 AM

I have also done it.   I did have the night/day tariff already, but have now got the newer, better, lower prices.


Edited by Carole, 20 September 2017 - 06:09 AM.



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