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The gas price cap on the regulated market

A new measure sets a cap on the price of gas used for generating electricity in Spain and Portugal. Here is how it will affect your Energía XXI electricity bill.

The measure aims to lower the price of electricity in the wholesale market. It was approved by the Government by Royal Decree-Law and establishes a cap on the price of gas used to generate electricity. It is an urgent, temporary measure, which has been applicable since 15 June 2022 and will last until a decision is made to cancel it (at the latest, 31 May 2023).

How will this cap on the price of gas affect the Energía XXI electricity bill?

This measure will begin to be incorporated into the price of energy from 15 June 2022. For consumption from that date onwards, the "Energy costs" term on bills which will continue vary hour by hour, will incorporate both the impact on the price of electricity in the market, and the cost corresponding to financing this measure.

Where does this gas cap surcharge appear on my electricity bill?

The gas surcharge appears in the energy term under "Energy costs". It will not appear as an additional item on your bill, but will be included directly in the price of energy.