Contracts encouraging consumers to use less electricity at peak hours (with the peak / off-peak option) are far from a good deal for the vast majority of the 10.7 million customers concerned.
This system actually costs more than it earns for many of the customers concerned compared to the basic offer.
It was the magazine
60 million consumers
which was the first to lift the hare.
According to his calculations, customers lose on average between 30 and 50 euros.
The alternative supplier Plüm Énergie, which arrives at the same conclusions in a study published Thursday, specifies that 85% of the customers do not find it.
"We are indeed seeing that this offer is less attractive than before
," confirms the Energy Regulatory Commission.
We are working on the subject. ”
EDF makes the same observation.
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It was in 2016 that the gap was reduced between the off-peak and peak hours tariff, with the modification of the tariff calculation formula.
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