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Energy Tariffs next year, down slightly

Energy is cheaper next year. As of January 1, 2013 Decrease Eneco, Essent and Nuon their rates.

This can be done by a worldwide decline in the purchase of natural gas, the three major energy companies reported Thursday.

A household with a floating rate and an average consumption annually pays about 80 euro less for the supply of electricity and gas, reports Eneco Thursday. The exact price reductions at Nuon and Essent to be announced.

Tax

For the particle comes when the government raises taxes on energy.All consumers receive next year due to higher taxes.

” But even including that tax bills will be lower than in 2012,” said a spokesman for Eneco.

” We recognize ourselves in the image of a declining energy bill in 2013, but by how much exactly will decrease energy bills, we can not say,” said a spokesman of Essent. ” The benefit will indeed be offset in part by higher energy storage and so-called renewable energy.”

Nuon

Nuon hopes “within days” to give an indication of the rate decrease. ” On balance will drop something better can fall out,” said a spokesman.

” The economic crisis, demand from large consumers such as businesses and industry less. This has eventually positive effect on the energy bills of households. A matter of supply and demand.”

By: Reuters

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