Revising feesThe 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 - i.e. the costs for procurement and distribution - only make up 20 to 25% 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, inThe real cost drivers are statutory levies and taxes, which account for 75 to 80% of the electricity price. These include in particular the CHP levy, StromNEV levy, offshore liability levy, EEG levy, electricity tax, concession levy and the regulation on agreements on disconnectable loads, AblaV for short.
Under certain conditions, costs can be saved on the levies and taxes. For example, with the atypical and individual grid fee, the EEG equalisation scheme and the electricity and energy tax relief.
We will be happy to determine to what extent you meet the cost-reducing conditions and advise you on your options.