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What are regulated components?

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What are regulated components?

This is a part of the price that you pay for contracted or fixed capacity and for consumption on your electricity and gas bill. This amount goes primarily towards infrastructure maintenance that allows electricity and gas to be carried from the point of origin to your home.
This part of the price is set by the Government and is same for all companies and throughout the national territory.
Normally updated via publication in the Official State Gazette (BOE) once per year, although on occasion this may occur at other times.
Rental prices for the measurement and control (meter) equipment are also controlled, along with electricity taxes, hydrocarbons (for gas), VAT, GICIT, etc.
The norm for all companies is that, when a change occurs for any of the regulated components, this is conveyed to the customer, whether it is an increase or a decrease.