Today (01/10/2019) electricity has been increased by about 15% to affect every tariff option. We compared the new price hikes with the Electricity Tariff for July 1, 2019. You can examine it in detail in the table below.
By providing the most common electricity tariffs in our electricity tariff table, our readers can see the new tariff prices that will be reflected in the electricity price hike and their bills.
* Distribution system users Low Voltage Single Term tariff is included in the table.
* Single-time and distribution fee is based on the calculation, reactive fee taxes and funds are not included.
* Invoices Energy Price (Distribution Fee with the price on the tariff from a single or three-stroke slice) is seen as the energy consumption cost.
Electricity prices have been increased due to currency and natural gas prices. This show us to penetrate more renewable energy sources like wind, solar and more.
On the other hand, due to old electricity infrastructure business owners; facing waste energy and high rate leakage and loss energy. Moreover we have to understand the importance of smart grid and internet of things technologies can help us to get over of this inefficient way of producing energy and consuming it