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World Energy costs: Because of the CO2 price and higher network charges - gas prices will rise by two percent in the coming year

14:35  18 october  2020
14:35  18 october  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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At the beginning of October, the Bundestag decided on the CO2 tax. Together with higher network charges, it is now having an impact on gas prices, according to Verivox.

Laut dem Vergleichsportal Verivox müssen sich Verbraucher im kommenden Jahr auf höhere Gaspreise einstellen. © dpa According to the comparison portal Verivox, consumers will have to be prepared for higher gas prices in the coming year.

consumers in Germany will have to adjust to higher gas prices in the coming year. The reasons are the start of the CO2 price and higher network charges, as can be seen from calculations by the comparison portal Verivox. "We expect gas prices to rise significantly again in the coming year," said Verivox energy expert Thorsten Storck.

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According to Verivox, the charges for the gas networks will increase by two percent on a nationwide average in 2021. is based on preliminary publications by the distribution network operators. 84 percent of the gas supply areas were included in the analysis.

For a model household in a single-family house with a consumption of 20,000 kilowatt hours, this means additional costs of around 8 euros per year. However, there are major regional differences. The gas price for household customers consists of the procurement costs, the fees for network use and taxes .

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According to Verivox's calculations, this means an additional burden of 108 euros per year for a model household in a single-family house. "If the utilities pass the increased network charges and the CO2 price on to their customers in full, gas would even become around 11 percent more expensive in the coming year," says Storck.

Federal government divided over the distribution of the additional costs between tenants and landlords

However, the development on the raw material markets could have a price-dampening effect. Wholesale prices have fallen significantly since the beginning of the year, which is why the average gas prices have also fallen this year. According to Storck, the lower procurement costs give scope not to let price increases turn out quite as high.

The federal government wants to relieve the citizens by starting the CO2 price elsewhere. The commuter allowance for employees with longer journeys is increasing. In addition, the government has prevented a sharp rise in electricity prices with a billion federal subsidy for the EEG surcharge to promote green electricity.

It is still controversial within the federal government how additional heating costs should be divided between tenants and landlords. The SPD-led federal ministries for the environment, justice and finance want landlords to be allowed to add a maximum of half of the additional costs that will arise in future for heating with oil or natural gas to the rent. Federal Environment Minister Svenja Schulz (SPD) had said: “After all, it is the landlords who decide on a new heating system. That is why they should also bear their share of the CO2 price. ”

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