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I have held off posting this until I was sure it is consistent, phone company Is Tiekom, and last August they approached us about changing from Endessa, to one of their sister companies, I am always a bit sceptical with this kind of thing if it is not broken I will not fix it, anyway I received an Email from Endessa about the same time advising me of a possible increase in cost, which prompted me to investigate further, so we sent them a copy of the two previous months bills they then came back a couple of days later and claimed they could save is 13/14%, so we went ahead changing was simple, we signed a non binding contract online, and at the next meter reading the change went ahead, and since then our bills have been comparatively 14% cheaper based on last years bills, whether or not the Endessa price increase actually happened I do not know, in addition, they bill us every month whereas Endessa would bill us monthly two monthly and even on one occasion for three weeks, if there is any interest I will post a link to the guy that contacted me. 
Just to be clear there is no financial gain for me involved in this although I assume my contact will get something out of it if anyone signs up, even if it is only Brownie points  Smile
To me drinking responsibly means do not spill it.
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Thanks John. No harm in posting the link for those who may be interested. I change on occasion in the U.K. when I find a better deal, sure it’s the same out there for regular users 😁😁
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I managed to get a significantly better rate with Endessa by visiting their office in Rosario and changing tariff with them. There was one person there who spoke good English and it was quite straight forward. I know the Endessa Office has moved recently and I don’t know if the wait time is any better than it use to be(you needed to take a packed lunch and just hope!) so it’s well advised to make an appointment online.
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(30-03-2019, 12:07 PM)Johnrgby Wrote: I have held off posting this until I was sure it is consistent, phone company Is Tiekom, and last August they approached us about changing from Endessa, to one of their sister companies, I am always a bit skeptical with this kind of thing if it is not broken I will not fix it, anyway I received an Email from Endessa about the same time advising me of a possible increase in cost, which prompted me to investigate further, so we sent them a copy of the two previous months bills thr=ey then came back a couple of days later and claimed they could save is 13/14%, so we went ahead changing was simple, we signed a non binding contract online, and at the next meter reading the change went ahead, and since then our bills have been comparatively 14% cheaper based on last years bills, whether or not the Endessa price increase actually happened I do not know, in addition, they bill us every month whereas Endessa would bill us monthly two monthly and even on one occasion for three weeks, if there is any interest I will post a link to the guy that contacted me. 
Just to be clear there is no financial gain for me involved in this although I assume my contact will get something out of it if anyone signs up, even if it is only Brownie points  Smile

Hi,  we are about to complete our house purchase on Monday and would be interested in a comparison to Endesa,  thanks
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From my previous posts most will be aware, we get our Electricity from Holaluz, a green energy company on the mainland, and to be honest they have been excellent reduced my bills by circa 15/18%, however last week I received an email from them saying that from the 1st of January the costs would increase from 0154 per Kw to .295 per Kw, I understand energy prices are increasing all over Europe but nearly double, has anyone else received something similar from other providers?
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Hi John,
We are still with Endesa on the standard tariff & our last bill costs broke down as:
Punts - 0.14978/kWh
Llano- 0.13759/kWh
Valle - 0.118407/kWh

Hope this helps
Cheers . . Ron
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Looking for a bit of guidance forum colleagues please. I have been with Endesa for many years (energia XX1 contract). Bills have always been a little hard to decipher but were generally near expectations. However, suddenly the last two bills have been substantially higher. Have I missed something regarding significant rate increases similar to what is coming in the UK. Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers
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(21-02-2022, 09:05 PM)bksk2004 Wrote: Looking for a bit of guidance forum colleagues please. I have been with Endesa for many years (energia XX1 contract). Bills have always been a little hard to decipher but were generally near expectations. However, suddenly the last two bills have been substantially higher. Have I missed something regarding significant rate increases similar to what is coming in the UK. Any thoughts appreciated. Cheers

The price of electricity per kwh has gone up significantly over recent months.
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All the more reason communities should be investing in solar energy and harnessing it into batteries for domestic use.
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