The incessant rise in the electricity bill in 2022 was one of the great concerns of many Spanish families who saw how its amount was multiplied despite the different measures and saving tricks that it was possible to apply to try to lower the cost at the end of the month.
The recommendation to spend as little as possible last year was always the same: compare, compare and compare prices and deals between the different electricity companies using different services, and especially the official Web CNMC offer comparator or those of consumer organizations such as the OCU.
And it is precisely this entity that has just published a study where they analyze the cheaper electricity rates that can be contracted right now in March 2023, some of them very interesting although they are difficult to find on the pages of the marketers.
And it is that, as the OCU comments, “some of these offers are advertised little or not at all” so it is difficult to find them and of course subscribe to them. Nevertheless, these are the cheapest on the free market Right now, rates that are no longer as profitable as before if we compare them with those of the regulated market or PVPC, but that are still attractive.
Bonpreu Let’s make it easy!
This rate is offered by the Catalan supermarket chain which, in addition to food products, provides electricity supply with various pricing plans.
Among them stands out the Plan Let’s make it easy! which offers a single rate 24 hours a day and for the power term it charges what is established as a regulated cost. It does not have permanence, but the price offered is only valid quarterly:
- price per each kWh consumed: €0.159999 + measured cost of the gas cap
- price of kW contracted at peak hours (fixed term): €25.3832 /year
- price of kW contracted in off-peak hours (fixed term): €1.3428 /year
Available in online contracts and without permanence for contracts with up to 15 kW.
Endesa also has an interesting tariff called Endesa Conecta, only available for new hires online. This rate does not include the cost of the measure to limit gas in generation or taxes, but even so the prices are as follows:
- price per each kWh consumed: €0.145587 + metered cost of gas
- price of kW contracted at peak hours (fixed term): €33.080628 /year
- price of kW contracted in off-peak hours (fixed term): €8.196888 /year
Available in online contracts and without permanence for contracts with less than 10 kW. The rate is reviewed on January 1 with the CPI.
Another interesting fee is Endesa ONE, which currently has a temporary promotion that offers free consumption during the first month of contract
As commented from the OCU, the great attraction of this rate is for those households that concentrate a lot of consumption in winter for having electric heating. In addition, this first month free promotion will be maintained with each renewal.
It is available in online contracts from here, without permanence, for 2.0TD rates (up to 15 kW) and is updated with the CPI every January 1.
Naturgy Fee for Use
Another interesting option is this Naturgy rate, although the prices indicated are still pending the application of the new tolls and charges for 2023:
- price per each kWh consumed: 0.162897 € + cost of gas metering
- price of kW contracted at peak hours (fixed term): €29.40806
- price of kW contracted in off-peak hours (fixed term): €5.367708
It is available for households with a 2.0TD rate (up to 15 kW), it does not have permanence and it is not reviewed every January 1 by the CPI.
Via | OCU