Electricity for private clients

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The electricity price is made up of several different parts, including:

Power rates ( Prices in KWh)

SUDSTROUM applies the SAME PRICES for energy ON the ENTIRE territory of Luxembourg.

Rates 2023

Energy prices valid from 1st January 2023.

Type of products for the G-D of Luxembourg Energy Premium Energy consumption per day
Type of product € / yearct / kWh
TERRA ONLINE * 2415.99

* Direct debit and bill obligatory. The customer is also allowed to subscribe without direct debit and in this case the amount of the annual premium is €48.

Sudstroum exclusively supplies renewable energy. Hereafter the quality certificates for both products

Network usage cost of the grid manager

It corresponds to the energy transport infrastructure costs for a given supply point. Network usage rates are defined by the law of 1 August 2007 on the organisation of the electricity market, in order to guarantee transparency and access to the various distribution networks.

The following rates are applicable for 2023.

TensionCosts / consumption 2023
LV ( ” basse tension”)January 1st to August 31st, 2023 ct / kWhFrom September 1st, 2023 ct / kWh
50A 8.93 7.41
63A 8.93 7.41
80A 8.93 7.41
100A 8.93 7.41
120A 8.93 7.41

Fixed Fee to access the LV network (” basse tension”)

Please find below the applied rates for 2023.

TensionRates 2023
LVJanuary 1st to August 31st, 2023 €/yFrom September 1st, 2023 €/y
supplement for 20A tranche68.2855.80

Electricity tax

The electricity tax is a cost element imposed on consumers by the State. It is collected by all distributors on behalf of the state, the amount being set annually by the budgetary law.

The electricity tax was fixed in 2023 as follows:

  • Category A: 0.100 Ct / kWh (annual consumption< or = 25000 kWh)
  • Category B (2023): 0.150 Ct / kWh (annual consumption > 25000 kWh)

Compensation fund

The compensation fund is a contribution which serves to encourage investment in the production of renewable energy or cogeneration.

The compensation fund is managed by the Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation (ILR), which sets the amount of this contribution annually.

The compensation fund is a cost contribution imposed on consumers by the state.

The ILR has fixed by regulation the contribution to the compensation fund for the current year as follows:

Year 2023

The value of the Compensation Fund has been updated during the year 2023, as follows:

January 1st to August 31st, 2023 : -11.46 cts/kWh for residential customers with an annual consumption of less than 25’000 kWh/year.

From September 1st, 2023 : -9.32 cts/kWh for residential customers with an annual consumption of less than 25’000 kWh/year

In 2022, Value Added Tax (VAT) is a contribution for the state currently fixed at 8 %.

While in 2023, the VAT rate has been set to 7%.

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