Understand your invoice

Tariff 2.0

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1 Customer details

The details of the contractual party, the tariff, the details of the distribution company for your zone and the CUPS* (Universal Point of Supply Code, your point of supply’s ID number).

*Do you still have doubts about the CUPS and your contracted tariff? Click here!

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2 Invoice summary

The most important details on the bill, such as the date and billing period, invoice and contract number, and even the validity of the contract.

* Do you know what your contracted tariff is? Is it the best option for you? Click here!

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3 Body of the invoice

All customer consumption is indicated, distinguishing between:

Energy term:
This is the variable part of the invoice. The amount depends on the consumption used (this figure is shown in kWh units).

Feníe Energía’s total price is the result of the sum of “Toll Price”, “Charges Price” and “Energy Cost Price”, being the “Toll Price” and the “Charges Price” parts of the bill regulated by the Markets and Competition National Commission (CNMC) and the Government respectively.
Do you want to know more about tolls and charges? Click here!
Power term:
This is the fixed part of the invoice and is proportional to the days of consumption covered by the invoice.

Their amount is calculated by multiplying the contracted power by the “Toll Price” and “Charges Price” by the number of days of the bill. Since Feníe Energía does not add any surcharges to the toll and charges prices, everything that is billed as power term are regulated costs that are fixed by the CNMC and the Government.

Be careful – Many of the offers you may find on the market do charge a higher power term price!
Every month, the different billing periods will be stated as P1, P2, P3…P6, each one has a different toll and charge for each time slot (it corresponds exactly to the periods of the power term).
Reactive energy:
In the event that the consumption of reactive energy by the installation is greater than a threshold established by the Government, the regulations provide for a penalty resulting from this excess.

 

* Do you have reactive energy consumption and not know why? Want to know what reactive energy is? Click here!
Electricity tax: This is a special type applied to all energy concepts on the invoice (the lease of metering equipment is not affected by this tax). 5.11269632 percent, by law (Act 28/2014).

Metering equipment rental: If the merering equipment is owned by the distributor, it charges a price for the lease of the equipment, passed on to the customer via the invoice, and charged by the reseller (Fenie Energía) to be paid to the distributor.

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4 Payment details

The charge date is specified, and the account number that will be invoiced.

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5 Contact zone

Contact details are shown for customer care regarding any contract queries and to handle complaints. There is also a contact number for the distributor in your zone, in the event of faults.

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6 Summary of last reading

Summary table of consumption from the last invoice calculated as the difference between the current reading and the previous reading (both provided by the distribution company for your zone). Information is likewise provided about the type of reading (visual, estimated, remote electronic, etc.)

* If you do not know why you’re consumption has increased, you might be interested in our Sigue+e tool, Click here!

Energy and power tolls and charges: these are the amounts corresponding to the energy and power term which are paid to the distribution companies to cover the costs of the electricity system. These are costs regulated by the CNMC and the Government.

“Maximeter” is the value of the maximum power used in the installation over the period being invoiced. Not all supplies have a maximeter, and so this value might not be included on your invoice.

* To find out more about maximeters or the ICP (power control switch), click here!

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7 Historical consumption

Consisting of two graphs, the first one expresses the consumption of the supply point during the last year. The pie chart explains the destination of taxes, tolls and charges collected on the bill.

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8 Origin and environmental impact of the electricity consumed

An explanation in percentage terms of Spanish electrical output and the sources of energy used, and the carbon footprint per kWh consumed.

Tariff 3.0

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1 Customer details

The details of the contractual party, the tariff, the details of the distribution company for your zone and the CUPS* (Universal Point of Supply Code, your point of supply’s ID number).

* Still not sure about what the CUPS is? Click here!

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2 Invoice summary

The most important details on the bill, such as the date and billing period, invoice and contract number, and even the validity of the contract

* Do you know what your contracted tariff is? Is it the best option for you? Click here!

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close

3 Body of the invoice

All customer consumption is indicated, distinguishing between:

Energy term:
This is the variable part of the invoice. The amount depends on the consumption used (this figure is shown in kWh units).

Feníe Energía’s total price is the result of the sum of “Toll Price”, “Charges Price” and “Energy Cost Price”, being the “Toll Price” and the “Charges Price” parts of the bill regulated by the Markets and Competition National Commission (CNMC) and the Government respectively.

Want to know more about tolls? Click here!

Depending on the month, the different billing periods will be stated as P1, P2, P3…P6 and each one will have its own tolls, charges and cost of the energy contracted for each period. Each one of them refers to a different time slot (it corresponds exactly to the periods of the power term).
Power term:
This is the fixed part of the invoice and is proportional to the days of consumption covered by the invoice.

The amount is calculated by multiplying the contracted power rating by the toll price and the number of days invoiced. As Fenie Energía does not add any cost to the toll price, all that is invoiced for the power term is a regulated cost set by the Government.

Be careful – Many of the offers you may find on the market do charge a higher power term price!

Reactive energy:
In the event that the consumption of reactive energy by the installation is greater than a threshold established by the Government, the regulations provide for a penalty resulting from this excess.

* Do you have reactive energy consumption and not know why? Want to know what reactive energy is? Click here!
Electricity tax: This is a special type applied to all energy concepts on the invoice (the lease of metering equipment is not affected by this tax). 5.11269632 percent, by law (Act 28/2014).

Metering equipment rental: If the merering equipment is owned by the distributor, it charges a price for the lease of the equipment, passed on to the customer via the invoice, and charged by the reseller (Fenie Energía) to be paid to the distributor.

VAT

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4 Payment details

The charge date is specified, and the account number that will be invoiced.

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5 Contact zone

Contact details are shown for customer care regarding any contract queries and to handle complaints. There is also a contact number for the distributor in your zone, in the event of faults.

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6 Summary of last reading

Summary table of consumption from the last invoice calculated as the difference between the current reading and the previous reading (both provided by the distribution company for your zone). Information is likewise provided about the type of reading (visual, estimated, remote electronic, etc.)

* If you do not know why you’re consumption has increased, you might be interested in our Sigue+e tool, Click here!

“Energy tolls” is the amount corresponding to the energy term, paid to the distribution companies to cover the costs of the electrical system. This is a cost regulated by the Government.

“Maximeter” is the value of the maximum power used in the installation over the period being invoiced. Not all supplies have a maximeter, and so this value might not be included on your invoice.

* To find out more about maximeters or the ICP (power control switch), click here!

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7 Historical consumption

Comprising two graphs, the first indicating the consumption at the point of supply over the last year and a half. The pie chart explains how the taxes and tolls collected via the invoice are allocated.

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8 Origin and environmental impact of the electricity consumed

An explanation in percentage terms of Spanish electrical output and the sources of energy used, and the carbon footprint per kWh consumed.


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