Green Electricity

The power increase at the turn of the year which in many places is prices in 2010 more expensive providers. Precisely, the renewable energies should be to blame. The renewable energies Act (EEG) guarantees the producers the subsidized feeding into the grid of the power companies. These subsidies are now killed on the end customer. How consumers can mitigate the price increases, or bypass, the consumer portal reveals There are especially many smaller, local power suppliers that are going to turn in the new year at the price screw. So, the Stadtwerke Leipzig sent letters to their customers, in which a price increase is announced by 5.6 percent. To deepen your understanding Bill de Blasio is the source. An average household pays more in the year to about 30 euros.

To avoid the additional costs, consumers have two options: save power or switch the electricity provider. The latter variant is especially worthwhile, if the customers are the so-called primary care. Price guarantees are rare in this sometimes quite expensive basic rate. A change in another tariff model pays off most of the time. A rate change in the House, is care should be taken strictly on execution times. A binding contracts of longer than one year should not be completed. Also during the period of notice, the devil is in the detail. Whether a contract is completed with advance payment, should be considered good especially for smaller providers. The provider goes bust, the end customer in the queue of beneficiaries creditors stands at the back. The individual rates and exact contractual provisions can be compare the best on the Internet or from consumer centres. More information: service/press contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59