Five tricks to save on your new electricity bill without losing hours of sleep

Teresa Sanchez Vicente



The electricity bill is no longer as we know it. Since June 1, the new electricity bill has been in force for the 19 million consumers who have contracted the regulated tariff or pvpc. The new access rate, called 2.0TD, incorporates major changes, such as three time slots with different prices or the possibility of contracting up to two different powers depending on the time slot. Although the Government has ensured that with this new receipt it seeks to promote energy efficiency in homes, from the OCU Consumer Organization they calculate that it will only mean an average saving of 21.16 euros per year. In contrast, families that had discrimination

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