Elia’s tariffs, which are approved and monitored by the Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG), are among the lowest in Europe.
The transmission tariffs that Elia applies are regulated tariffs. In other words, they are approved and monitored by the Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation (CREG).
These tariffs comprise:
- tariffs for connecting to the grid;
- tariffs for developing and managing the grid infrastructure;
- tariffs for operating the electricity system;
- tariffs for offsetting imbalances;
- tariffs for market integration.
Levies are applied on top of the tariffs, with a view to covering the costs Elia incurs performing the duties involved in its public service remit or other duties imposed by legislation or regulations and which do not relate to its operations as a transmission system operator.
New tariffs came into force in January 2016. You can also find extra information in the Products & Services section on the pages:
Elia’s tariffs in the electricity bill
According to information published by the Commission for Electricity and Gas Regulation, the share of transmission tariffs in residential customers’ bills is currently between around 3% and 6%.
Elia’s tariffs among the lowest in Europe
Comparative studies carried out by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) confirm that Elia’s tariffs are among the lowest in Europe.