“Beginning of resistance” – lawsuit against electricity giants over extreme prices

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“Beginning of resistance” – lawsuit against electricity giants over extreme prices

A Bavarian commercial law firm wants to take legal action against the excessive prices charged by energy companies and is also targeting Energie AG in Upper Austria. The first information meetings will take place in the Innviertel in January. The starting point is the extremely high electricity bill of a police officer.

A policewoman charged EUR 850 in rent for her two-room apartment in Salzburg must pay an additional EUR 750 per month for electricity – with a net income (without surcharges) of EUR 1,450. A local owner from Ostermiething, who has to pay 1,500 euros in rent, would have to pay 1,800 euros for electricity from 1 January. Or a restaurateur who has taken over a small bar of 100 square meters in Mauerkirchen has to pay 900 euros for electricity alone.

Source: Krone

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