July 1st Electricity Rates Will Change. Poles Fear “Horror Forecasts”

Luc Williams

Energy price freeze from July 1

“Gazeta Wyborcza” reminded that energy prices will continue to be frozen from July 1. But not at the rate from three years ago, i.e. PLN 0.51 gross per kilowatt-hour, but PLN 0.61 per kWh (without distribution fees, which amount to approximately the same amount). The increase is therefore approximately 20%. And this is the only increase that recipients should notice.

“Up to 70 percent of recipients pays for electricity consumption based on forecasts – we pay more (or less), and only then, e.g. once every six months, the energy company makes the actual settlement. In this particular case (delayed information about price freezing) we can expect invoice corrections down, but only in a few weeks. However, if the invoice has a specific payment deadline, you must pay the amount, otherwise you run the risk of reminders and arrears on your account,” the text emphasizes.

Using actual settlements instead of forecasts

“GW” explained that instead of forecasts you can use actual settlements.

“The thing is that v BOK or online (in the customer panel) we declare that we ourselves, in the second half of the month, we will inform the energy company about the status of our meter. The service is free, there is no need to change the so-called billing cycle, i.e. we will receive, for example, five invoices based on our reading and the sixth based on the reading of the collector, who will correct whether we read the data correctly. In this case, there is a chance that at the end of the month the energy company will manage to introduce a new, reduced rate for electricity” – explained in the article. (PAP)

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