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What does the term Restriction Rate refer to?

The rate restriction (RR) means applying a distinct price depending upon the hours in which electricity and gas is consumed.
To see if you are signed up for restriction rate, all you need to do is look at the part of you bill that shows ths rate type you have (it will appear as RR).
You can also find it in the consumption billing, where the rate by period will appear: Peak, Off-peak and Valley or Day and Night.
For more information, click on restriction rates.

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