Influence on the amount of bill

You surely know that depending on the time of day there are different prices for the same amount of electricity. Consumer may, with his consumption, affect the final amount of electricity bill.

The table below shows a sample calculation of power consumption for customers from the household category. For example, the monthly electricity consumption shows how the final amount of the electricity bill changes depending on whether a customer has a single tariff meter or two-tariff meter. In case of two-tariff meters, calculation is given with different volumes of consumption in the period of higher and lower daily tariffs. The total amount of the bill, in addition to the cost of electricity, includes a fee for renewable energy and value-added tax.

Monthly consumption (kWh)

One-tariff

Two-tariff
VT:MT=
80%:20%

Two-tariff
VT:MT=
60%:40%
Two-tariff
VT:MT=
50%:50%
Two-tariff
VT:MT=
40%:60%
Two-tariff
VT:MT=
20%:80%
100 20,62 22,49 20,61 19,67 18,74 16,86
200 35,62 39,36 35,61 33,73 31,86 28,11
300 50,62 56,23 50,60 47,79 44,98 39,36
400 65,62 73,10 65,60 61,85 58,10 50,60
500 80,62 89,97 80,60 75,91 71,22 61,85
800 125,62 140,58 125,58 118,09 110,59 95,59
1000 155,62 174,32 155,57 146,20 136,83 118,09

So if you are a customer that has a single tariff meter and spend 400 kWh of electricity per month, switching to two-tariff meter and spending 60% of electricity during the period of lower daily tariffs, you can save 7.5 KM per month.

For details about the period in which lower daily tariffs are applied, and the price of electricity during the period higher and lower daily tariffs, you can look the section Tariffs.