17.12.2021

The President of the Energy Regulatory Office approved energy prices for 2022. Your home electricity bill will increase by 24%.

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Adam Wlizło

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310 zlotys. The annual electricity bill for a typical household in 2022 will increase compared to the bill for the current year (2021).

We have been waiting for a long time for Friday, December 17, 2021, in which we expected the decisions of the President of the Energy Regulatory Office approving tariffs for the four largest energy sellers (PGE, Tauron, Energa, Enea) and tariffs of distribution companies. Knowing at what prices entrepreneurs contracted energy for 2022 in recent months (price increase two or even three times y / y), it was known that households would also suffer significant increases.

Read more: December 17. About the day when the light goes out in Poland.

The increase in the above-mentioned an annual bill of PLN 310 (gross amount) applies to a household recipient from the most popular G11 tariff group. This is a 24% increase over the 2021 bill.

Due to the fact that the energy bill consists of two parts, the first - sales (it tells us how much we pay for the goods - the energy we use at home) and the second - distribution (this tells us how much it costs to deliver this product - energy to our homes), it is worth knowing the scale of growth in these two areas:
- 37% - so much more a G11 recipient will pay for the energy they use (PLN 251 per year),
- 9% - it will cost so much more to deliver this energy (PLN 59 per year).

Let us bear in mind that the above-mentioned values ​​are average values ​​at the level of all tariffs approved by the President of the ERO, which means that the accounts of consumers from different parts of the country may slightly differ from each other. For example, we provide gross electricity prices for customers from the G11 tariff group, for which energy sellers are:
- PGE Obrót SA: PLN 509.22 / MWh
- Tauron Sprzedaż Sp. z o.o .: 510.08 PLN / MWh
- Energa-Obrót SA: PLN 508.11 / MWh
- ENEA SA: PLN 509.47 / MWh

If you are interested in the reasons for the price increase, please read:
Nobody expected such a “hot” December on the European energy exchanges – electricity prices are breaking new records.

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