Fakua warned this Friday that electricity bill to remain ‘disproportionately high’, although “less” for those contracted at an adjustable rate. The Consumers Association considers the approval of cap gas prices “not enough” to reduce the cost of electricity and asks the government to develop social bonus reform so that millions of families can “take advantage of discounts on their electricity bills.”
According to the organization, “most of the offers analyzed by Facua in the free market they are more expensive than pvc“. Platform calculations show that the average user with PVPC will pay monthly bill 121.97 euros from the rates in force from 1 to 13 May. The same user will have a more expensive account when contracting the current stable rates of Repsol, CHC Energía, Holaluz, Gana Energía and TotalEnergies.
The platform also indicated, according to its calculations, that the rates offered by Iberdrola, Endesa and Naturgy have already seen increases over the past few months that are very close to PVC prices.
Fakua calls for an end to the pricing system
Despite the executive’s approval of lower electricity bills, the organization warned that “it still cannot guarantee that Spanish families will pay reasonable rates and be free from the speculation that the marginalist electricity auction model generates.”
Consumers Association urges government to defend itself in Brussels the need to end the price-fixing systemoperating for decades. The platform points out that this system forces consumers to pay for all electricity at high prices for the latest generation of appliances that come up for auction.
Similarly, Fakua is demanding an electricity social bond reform project so that millions of families can benefit from these electricity bill discounts.
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