Fee checkThe energy price is made up of various cost factors. Careful examination, especially of the calculation basis for duties and taxes, can help to significantly reduce energy costs.

A detailed look at the electricity price shows that the pure energy price - ie the costs for procurement and sales - only make up 20 to 25 percent of the total price for electricity. The actual cost impact is statutory levies and taxes, they range from 75 to 80 percent of the electricity price, including in particular the CHP surcharge, electricity NEV surcharge, offshore liability surcharge, EEG surcharge, electricity tax, concession fee and the regulation on agreements on disengageable loads, ablaV for short.

Under certain conditions, costs can be saved in the levies and taxes. For example, with the atypical and individual network fee, the EEG compensation regulation and the current and energy tax relief.

We would be happy to check to what extent you meet the cost-reducing conditions and advise you on your options.


Christina Fehse
Key Account Management

T 0341 / 256 338 00

Accounting / Manage / Check