These are the four marketers that offer the Last Resort Rate


In the case of the gas bill, the Last Resort Feealso called TUR by its acronym, is promoted by the Government of Spain with the firm intention of protect the small consumer of the unbridled rise in energy prices that is being experienced during this last year. Well, the first thing to know is that it was in 2008 when it was put into operation for the first time due to sudden fluctuations in the price of gas. Another important point is that belongs to the regulated gas market Y its price is established in the BOE.

However, what many consumers are unaware of is that, contrary to what happens on the free market, there are few marketers those that offer it, being limited by the Executive. This is the main reason why the number of people requesting it today has multiplied since its launch this October, which is causing significant delays at the time of its launch.

Secondly, as collected by the CNMCthe change of supplier is free and “all consumers have the right to freely contract their gas supply with the marketing company they deem most appropriate to their needs and interests.” As for the ddocuments to take into account to make the changeit will be necessary: ​​documentation of the owner of the gas supply, address of the house where the supply is located, Universal Code of the Point of Supply (CUPS) and bank account to domicile the payments.

What marketers have the TUR rate?

Since its implementation, they are four the marketers that offer the TUR rate:

These companies offer more competitive economic conditions, even, that the PVPC. The reason for this is that the Last Resort Fee is reviewed quarterly and is limited from September 2021. Now, it is expected that the cost may rise by around 10% in the following quarters.

What are the types of Last Resort Rate

There are even three different types of TUR for private consumers with different prices depending on the contracted powers, with different prices depending on the contracted powers:

  • Up to 5,000 kWh per year: for 5.03 euros per month.
  • Among 5,000 and 15,000 kWh/year: for 9.52 euros per month.
  • Among 15,000 and 50,000 kWh/year: for 20.54 euros.

Neighborhood Savings TUR Rate

Faced with the problems currently experienced by the neighborhood communities with shared central heatingthe Ministry of Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, led by Teresa Ribera, has promoted the new TUR 4 Neighborhood Savings. It is also established by the Government with the aim of reducing energy market prices. The great advantage is that the savings can be up to 50% compared to what would be paid outside of this rate, which is already fully operational.


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