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How are energy costs reflected in the electricity bill?

The described energy costs are not reflected directly and explicitly in the electricity bill; instead they are distributed among the items which the electricity bill does reflect.
 
Thus, the terms rating and energy incorporate all the costs corresponding to the energy generated, construction and maintenance of the transport and distribution grids, subsidies for renewables and the annual payment of the tariff deficit, among others.
 
Finally, the taxes heading includes the amounts corresponding to VAT and to the Electricity Tax.
 

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