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Posted: Mon Sep 7, 2020 12:04pm
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BJ

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Through experiences which is the cheapest electric companies being used in the Los Alcazares area

Anni20

Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:46pm

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Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:46pm

Hi BJ,

You’re probably not going to get the answer you want to your question.....reason being it's not a straightforward answer.

You are best placed to determine the best electricity provider for you taking into account your kWh, are you a full time resident/holiday home, will you be running hot/cold air con units, a pool, when you do the laundry, using a dishwasher etc.....different providers have different day/night tariffs, FIXED/FLEX tariffs and you will have to know your electricity usage/consumption to determine which one best suits you.

Not the answer you want but this is one you are going to have to work out for yourself.....we have recently changed to Energy Nordic, they speak English and I have found them very good in replying to queries, helping you understand things via email and when it's in English it supports decision making....good luck with it.

098fethiye123

Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 7:02pm

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Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 7:02pm

Anni20 wrote on Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:46pm:

Hi BJ,

You’re probably not going to get the answer you want to your question.....reason being it's not a straightforward answer.

You are best placed to determine the best electricity provider for you taking into account your kWh, are you a full time resident/holiday home, will you be running hot/cold air con units, a pool, when you do the laundry, using a dishwasher etc.....different providers have different day/night tariffs, FIXED/FLEX tariffs and you will have to know your electricity usage/consumption to determine which one best suits you.

Not the answer you want but this is one you are going to have to work out for yourself.....we have recently changed to Energy Nordic, they speak English and I have found them very good in replying to queries, helping you understand things via email and when it's in English it supports decision making....good luck with it.

I'm not BJ but it sounds as if we asked the same question and your reply is very helpful, thanks.  

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