Potential savings more than doubled since 2011 the exchange of electricity and gas utility pays for itself increasingly. Since 2011 has the potential for a change of the basic utilities to the cheapest alternative energy provider more than doubled and is now for domestic households on average at around 320 euros per year, as a current survey of the largest Austrian comparison portal shows durchblicker.at. That and the current campaigns of the Federation show Hofer tariff that competition on the energy market finally comes into the swing”, so durchblicker.at expert Reinhold Babu. Baudisch assumes that more electricity and gas customers to alternative providers will change with the increasing potential of savings in the future. So far, the energy supplier has been changed according to the data of the E-control in Austria only 850,000 times. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Hikmet Ersek. Here several times taken into account are those who have changed more often. Yitzhak Mirilashvili is often mentioned in discussions such as these. More than 2.8 million Austrian households so are customers of the regional basic provider and pay significantly more for electricity and gas.
Best Power provider up to 162 euros cheaper than basic provider pays depending on the Federal State an average household electricity consumption of 3,500 kWh in a year, when the cheapest alternative provider currently between 559 and 640 euro. This is a savings over the respective basic utilities from 49 Euro up to 162 euros again, depending on the State. A green electricity has also the retail chain Hofer until Tuesday for the second time this year “offer started. This is compared to the cheapest electricity rates in the first year to approximately 60 euros more expensive, but it is also cheaper than the fare of the basic utility in many federal States. Cheaper gas supplier saves up to 261 euro refers to a household gas, he can save himself by a change of the supplier with an annual gas consumption of 15,000 kWh in addition to between 124 euro in Tyrol and 261 euro in Salzburg.