What is Supply Point Capacity?
The Supply Point Capacity is the maximum amount of gas that a household is likely to use in one day, and is generally calculated based on historical gas usage.
The purpose of the Supply Point Capacity charge is to ensure that enough gas is available for all customers by reserving space on gas pipelines.
What are Large Residential Users charged?
The current Supply Point Capacity charge is €2.36 per kWh. This means that if your Supply Point Capacity is calculated at 400 kWh, you may pay an SPC charge of €944 over the course of a year.
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