Happy is a tariff that adjusts to your requirements and your consumption patterns. Most of our electricity consumption usually takes place at specific hours of the day (when we are at home), therefore, if you choose those hours as your Happy hours, all your electricity consumption during that time period will cost €0.
And by doing this you will be able to pay less on your electricity bills.
It depends on your consumption habits, but according to the Red Eléctrica Española (Spanish company operating the electricity grid in the country), electricity consumption in Spain is at its highest between the hours of 9 p. m. and 11 p. m. Think about what times you consume the most electricity and pick your Happy hours, and if after contracting the tariff there are hours in which you consume more, no problem, we will indicate which ones they are and you can change them.
You can change the hours or day you have selected as many times as you like, but it will only be implemented once for each billing period. In other words, your last selection before you are billed will be applied.
No, you can continue with your habits, since by choosing the hours or day that you want, it is the Tempo Happy Tariff that adapts to your consumption pattern. And this is how you can make small savings and pay less on your electricity bill.
Now with new remotely managed smart meters you can access your hourly consumption in the My Endesa customer area and you can find out how you are consuming and identify the Happy hours that work best for you.
The Tempo Happy Tariff is valid for energy supplies with contracted power up to 15 kW, and with 2.0DHA or 2.1DHA access tariffs. If you do not have time-restriction (DHA), don’t worry, we will take care of all the necessary steps.
Switching to a rate with time-based pricing has costs associated with the contracting rights, €9.04 + VAT if the power is normalised. As a promotion, by contracting the Happy rate, this amount will be returned as long as the power is not increased.
No problem, you will be billed using the standard Red Eléctrica Española curve, which represents the average of all the supplies in the country. This is only temporary, until they activate your remotely managed meter and the load curve. 80% of meters are now managed remotely and they all will be by 2018.
If you do not have a remotely managed meter, you should choose the hours or the day taking into account the standard hourly load curve of Red Eléctrica Española. In this case, the hours to choose in winter would be 8 p. m. to 10 .p. m. and in summer from 9 p. m. to 11 p. m.
If you already have a nocturnal or a time-restriction tariff and you know how to optimise it, it may not be in your interest to change to the Happy Tempo Tariff; in any case you can always try it without committing to it as it does not include a minimum term contract.
Yes, the ICP could trip as a result of a power overload. Therefore, and to prevent this situation, we recommend not using too many electrical appliances at once and leaving small intervals between using one and another, particularly those that require most power: dishwasher, washing machine or oven.