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Iberdrola’s zero tolerance policy for non payment of bills now deemed illegal by Spain’s central government

Iberdrola’s zero tolerance policy for non payment of bills now deemed illegal by Spain’s central government

By on Apr 26, 2017 in Iberdrola | 0 comments

A NEW law that effects Iberdola’s non payment policy has been brought in following pressure by left-wing opposition members and social organisations sparked by the death of an elderly lady last year, reports thinkSPAIN. The elderly lady’s house caught fire after a candle she used for light, – her electricity having been cut off because she could not pay...

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Iberdrola’s Night Plan offers big savings on your electricity bill

Iberdrola’s Night Plan offers big savings on your electricity bill

By on Jan 27, 2017 in Iberdrola | 0 comments

THE IBERDROLA Night Plan (aka Day and Night Energy) is a similar electricity tariff to Economy 7, commonly used in the UK. It provides cheap electricity during the off-peak time of day. However, the savings are much better here on the Costa Blanca.   The Night Plan offers over 50% off the standard rate for a unit of electricity for 14 hours every day. Love or hate...

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Updates to Iberdrola concerns

Updates to Iberdrola concerns

By on Mar 14, 2016 in Iberdrola | 0 comments

HERE ARE some editorial updates for our bright sparks on the SparksInSpain website that provide useful information to home owners on the Costa Blanca. Firstly, with Iberdrola currently proceeding at speed installing new Smart Meters across the region, some home owners with properties built prior to 2002 are experiencing power cuts. Click here to read why. Secondly,...

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Iberdrola insist on plastic meter cupboards

Iberdrola insist on plastic meter cupboards

By on Jul 29, 2015 in Iberdrola | 0 comments

IF YOUR electric meter is housed in one of these metal boxes … Iberdrola may require you change it to the approved plastic type … When arranging a new electricity contract, e.g. upgrading the power supply, Iberdrola may insist on changing the old style metal CGP (Caja de General Protección) to the newer style plastic box. Metal meter boxes are obsolete...

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Iberdrola letter to customers about new Smart Meters

Iberdrola letter to customers about new Smart Meters

By on Nov 1, 2014 in Iberdrola | 2 comments

IBERDROLA ARE writing to inform their customers that they are currently replacing electricity meters with smart meters. This is part of a ministerial order to replace  the traditional electric meters with state of the art electricity measuring equipment. Properties on a low tariff, such as 3.3 kW or 3.45 kW or lower, may experience power cuts after the smart meter...

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A Day in the Life of Sparks #2: Underground Cable Fault + Repair

A Day in the Life of Sparks #2: Underground Cable Fault + Repair

By on Feb 1, 2014 in Iberdrola | 0 comments

UNDERGROUND CABLE faults are generally the result of damage caused to a cable either during the installation or from excavation by workmen or mechanical diggers. Damage caused by a digger was the case in a recent job to trace a mains supply cable fault that had resulted in the loss of the electricity supply to a customer’s property in Callosa. As was discovered,...

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