Variable Contracts: Here’s How Suppliers Value Your Down Payment

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When you have a variable contract, the cost of the energy consumed varies according to the agreement concluded with the supplier, even though the index readings only take place once a year. So how do you understand your bill?

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QFour out of ten households now have a variable contract and their number will only increase once the current fixed contracts expire. This type of contract having almost disappeared from the supply of suppliers. So how do I understand my bill when I have a variable contract? In this type of contract, the cost of the kWh of gas or electricity is indexed on a monthly, quarterly or even bimonthly basis depending on the clauses (often difficult to understand) of the various contracts present on the market.

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