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Eneco introduces feed-in costs for variable contract customers with solar panels

Starting in June 2024, Eneco customers with a variable electricity contract and solar panels will pay for the costs associated with feeding electricity back into the grid. The costs have been fixed at 11.5 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity fed into the grid.

Because the feed-in costs will no longer be incorporated in the electricity tariff, soon more than three quarters of Eneco customers will be better off financially. Customers who pay feed-in costs will only pay for the kilowatt hours they actually feed into the grid. The more self-generated energy they immediately consume themselves, the lower their feed-in costs.

Customers with solar panels will continue to receive a feed-in payment for the net amount of electricity they feed into the grid on an annual basis. This payment will be 14.5 cents per kWh for customers who are sent a tariff change in June.

In March, Eneco announced that the costs associated with feeding electricity into the grid would be passed on to customers who actually feed in energy they generate, for example from solar panels. At that time, this only applied to new customers who entered into a fixed contract. Since then, those customers have paid a higher standing charge. Starting this summer, a tariff per kWh fed into the grid will be charged to consumers who enter into a new fixed contract.

For variable contract customers, the charging of feed-in costs based on a tariff per kWh fed into the grid will be introduced in phases between June and August. Those customers will receive a personal message explaining what this will mean for their situation at least 30 days before the change comes into effect.  


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