The communities of owners can now take advantage of the last resort rate (TUR) for natural gas
Communities of homeowners for residential use can now take advantage of the new rate of last resort for natural gas created for them and in force until December 31, 2023.
This is a temporary measure that will allow homeowner communities to also opt for these reduced rates for gas consumption. To do so, they must meet the following requirements:
- The community must be up to date with payment of all your financial obligations.
- They must have individual heating meters, provided that they are not excluded from this obligation due to technical infeasibility. The communities will have until September 30, 2023 to be able to install the individual meters. In addition, they must apply a unit cost calculated based on the rate applied for domestic hot water and heating from the moment they have these individual meters.
- They must have completed the energy efficiency inspection with positive result.
The request for the new rate of last resort must be made by the president of the community of owners and must be addressed to the trader of last resort (CUR) to which the marketer that currently carries out the supply in the community belongs.
The last resort rate for neighborhood communities will be structured in two sections, depending on the consumption made:
- El first stretch, the most economical, it is applied on the volume of average consumption of the community in the last 5 years.
- If this average consumption is exceeded, the variable term increased by 25% will be applied to that section.