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WHAT IS THE GAS PROTECTION SERVICE?

The gas protection service deal provides for the application of the economic and contractual terms and conditions for the supply of gas regulated by the Authority for Electricity, Gas and the Water System, pursuant to resolution 64/09 and resolution 229/01

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GAS.

WHO CAN SUBSCRIBE TO THE SERVICE

The following are entitled to gas protection (regardless of their supplier and market):
  • all domestic customers
  • apartment buildings with domestic use and annual consumption of less than 200,000 scm
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GAS.

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS

The economic conditions applied to supplies under the gas protection service are fixed periodically by AEEGSI based on the provisions of the integrated text for retail gas sales activities (Annex A to Resolution AEEGSI ARG/gas 64/09).

The economic conditions envisage the application of fees for:

Sales services
  • Gas Raw Material
  • QVD - Retail sales quota
  • QOA - Fee for additional charges
  • Fee covering scaling charges
Network services
  • QTI - Costs and charges for transport services
  • Distribution fee

Gas supply tarif details according to location.

Select the location to see the gas tariff details.
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GAS.

GAS SALE PRICE

The gas price components are the tariff, excise duties and taxes.

The tariff is set by AEEGSI and covers the costs for purchase of the gas, transportation and storage, and distribution and sales activities.

The calculation of the price for end customers depends on taxation (excise duties and taxes).

  • Excise duty: this is expressed in €/scm and is divided into different rates, according to annual consumption classes and geographical area
  • Regional supplement (only if established by the Region): this is expressed in €/scm and divided into annual consumption classes. It is not applied in the regions with special statue
  • VAT: this is expressed as a percentage and is applied to the total price, inclusive of excise duty and regional supplement. It differs according to the gas consumption class:

                           - 10% for payments of the first 480 scm consumed in a calendar year
                           - 22% for payments of consumptions in excess of 480 scm

Note: 1 scm (standard cubic metre) refers to gas at a temperature of 15°C and a constant pressure of 1.01325 bar.

ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GAS.

OTHER INFORMATION

General conditions of supply for Aziende customers

 

 

Who can subscribe to the gas protection service?

 

Call our toll free number

800 900 860 

 

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ECONOMIC CONDITIONS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GAS.