Other Third Party charges
The following charges are levied on all consumers irrespective of the electricity supplier selected, are collected via the payment of electricity bills and are remitted to the State:
(a) Excise Duty – ED (Law 2960/01)
(b) Special Customs Rights Duty 5‰ – DETE (Law 2093/1992)
(c) Municipal Duties – Municipal Taxes – Real Estate Duty (Law 25/1975, Law 2130/1993)
(d) Hellenic Radio and Television – ERT (Greek Government Gazette 44A/29.04.2015)
More details about the calculation of Other Third Party Charges
The amount of the deposit reflects the cost of electricity consumption for a period of 45 days and is held solely as security against any debts which customers may incur in the future in connection with their bills.
The charge for the deposit will be included in the very first electricity bill that you will receive from Protergia.With the timely payment of the first bill a 30% discount is offered in the amount of the deposit.
Protergia electricity bills are issued on a monthly basis and belong to one of the following types:
ESTIMATED -> Based on an estimated consumption level.
The charge for this bill is calculated based on the customer’s consumption history, such as the consumption level for the same billing period in the previous year and the overall picture of the customer’s consumption levels in the current year.
ACTUAL -> Based on the consumption measured and certified by the corresponding Operator.
This bill includes the amount that corresponds to the actual consumption for the entire billing period for which it was measured (4-monthly or monthly) less the amount already charged in the interim ESTIMATED bill and shown as ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION CHARGE – ESTIMATED.
ACTUAL – CUSTOMER READING -> Based on the “Registration of Meter Readings” service.
Just visit www.protergia.gr to register your meter’s reading online (via your user account) or use the special form available for this purpose – and every month you will be billed for your actual consumption.
Protergia provides you with several options for paying your bills. All you have to do is choose the one that is the most convenient for you!
To see all available payment methods, click here.
To see the General Conditions of Contract, click here.