Customers should price warranty avail Berlin, December 23, 2009. Frequently Nike has said that publicly. According to a survey of the top price comparison computer power in Germany is currently so expensive as never before. And it is even more expensive: for many million electricity customers begins the new year with higher prices. Many suppliers raise their prices, even the tariffs for green electricity (E.g. bright spot) or special tariffs (for example, when Energie Baden-Wurttemberg) to 1 January 2010 or long-term offers (such as by Eprimo, a RWE subsidiary) be increased. Power can be significantly cheaper\”, says Robert Mundt, however, the Chairman of the Board of the independent FlexStrom AG., Customers need to the corporations and municipal utilities make clear only that they decide on price increases for alternative offers.\” Given the structures on the electricity market, also still rising prices can be expected for the future.
The electricity production in Germany is more than 80 percent of the four energy giant Vattenfall, E.ON, RWE and Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) dominates. To to protect themselves against the further price increases for energy, customers should go to competitive providers and protect themselves with a price guarantee against further price increase. Just as the competition on the electricity market in motion comes in Germany and thus increases the chance that power in Germany in the long term remains affordable\”says Mundt. Politicians from the Government and opposition, as well as consumer advocates call therefore stronger than per the current customer, to take advantage of changing opportunities. At the beginning of the year among other things the supplier Vattenfall, EWE, entega and Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) an increase in their electricity prices announced. Many public utilities increase their basic supply rate: so the electricity customers in Leipzig, Tubingen, Erlangen, Duisburg, Bonn, Leverkusen, Kassel, Wolfsburg and Rostock are requested more to checkout if you decide not to a cheaper tariff. The RWE daughter Eprimo increases in electricity prices in long-term contracts by about 10 percent in their basic coverage area.