La Comisión Europea reconoce su participación en esta absurda reforma energética consecuente con los altos niveles del déficit de tarifa sin importar que éste no sea imputable a las energías renovables.
Subject: Spanish electricity oligopoly violate European Directives - a call to action
Dear Mr. Oettinger,
I need to inform against the new Spanish Law to regulate the electric power market.
The issue is that experts claim that the so called "tariff deficit" doesn´t exist.
More than 20% of the tariff are taxes and only 20% is the cost of power generation. Spanish cost of energy is of the highest in Europe with an installed capacity that doubles the demand. Funny... Worst of all, the "tariff deficit" is unilaterally established by the big players (ENDESA - IBERDROLA - etc) and automatically accepted by the government, part goes to the electricity bill, part is acknowledged as public debt that these companies sell to banks...
In the beginning of this month the "greens" presented a petition to audit the energy sector costs and assess the real amount of the so called "tariff deficit", if any. Result: the petition bounced against parliamentary blockade.
The amount of Spanish ex parliamentarians with a profitable sit in the Administrative Councils of the electricity oligopoly is scandalous!!!!!!....
In addition to all stated above, government refuses to approve solar PV with net balance!!!!!...
The renewable energy players will be more than happy to compete in a totally deregulated market, off course, not having to charge the "tariff deficit" to clients and free of absurd taxes... (we pay a flat fee now, regardless of the energy source).
We urge you and your team to :
1-STOP war against renewables.
2- UNDERTAKE urgent cost audit to Spanish electricity market.
3- DEMAND respect to European Directives against climate change.
Please, ask for a briefing to the experts that take part in the video #Oligopoly2, as well to players of the renewables sector.
Submission made: 2013-07-14 11:44 AM
Estos ingresos liquidables son un 9% inferiores a los declarados en el periodo comparable del ejercicio anterior.
Apoyamos la apuesta por la generación de electricidad de forma sostenible, pero echamos de menos hacerlo también por la electricidad y la desaparición del modelo marginalista.