It adds to the denunciation of the Facua-Consumers in Action organization that liberalization developed by PP and PSOE "has only benefited the electricity oligopoly".
In a press release, the coordinator of IU-Greens in Cieza, Francisco Saorín, has joined the denunciation of the Facua-Consumers in Action organization who has revealed that the average annual electricity bill goes up 383 euros since 2004, 72% more.
The average user pays for the light 383 euros more per year than in 2004, an increase of 72.3%, according to a study by the association FACUA-Consumers in Action, which has denounced Friday that liberalization developed by PP and PSOE "It has only benefited the electricity oligopoly".
Saorín, remember that the organization has dismissed as "brutal" rise in tariffs and ensured that said electric oligopoly is "a lobby that is dictating energy policies in Spain and now leads the ranking of consumer complaints for fraud, with telecommunications companies and banking. "
According to this analysis, the average user who today pay 382.80 euros more than in 2004 by light has a contracted power of 4.4 kW and consumes 366 kWh per month.
In ten years, the price of Kw of contracted capacity has increased by 154.5%, from 1.75 (1.44 plus indirect taxes) to 4.46 euros (3.50 plus indirect taxes).
With the average rate of November 2014, said user profile monthly pay 76.01 euros (59.76 plus 27.19% representing VAT and tax on electricity).
It is 72.3% more than it was paying in 2004, when the figure was 44.11 euros (35.65 plus 21.93% which then represented indirect taxes).
Therefore, the coordinator of IU-Greens in Cieza has appealed to ciezanos to join the one-hour blackout on Wednesday December 17th at 19h (18h in the Canaries), which is spreading through FACUA.org/Apagon17D web and social networks with the tag # Apagón17D.
Source: IU-verdes Cieza