dynamic naturstroum pro

Your electricity priced hour by hour, in time with the market

Why dynamic pricing?

A variable hourly price in line with hourly market prices

You have a price that varies depending on the market, with prices displayed hour by hour, in complete transparency

Potential for optimizing your budget

You can optimise your budget by controlling your consumption according to hourly wholesale market prices

A product for owners of smart installations

Find out if this product is interesting for you, based on your consumption and your smart installations

Please take careful note that a dynamic product represents an opportunity to save money by consuming at the right time, but can also constitute a risk in the event that you are not able to optimize your consumption for off-peak use, and thus suffer from high prices during consumption peaks. It should also be noted that the energy market may be subject to unforeseen events which can impact hourly prices.
Please take careful note that a dynamic product represents an opportunity to save money by consuming at the right time, but can also constitute a risk in the event that you are not able to optimize your consumption for off-peak use, and thus suffer from high prices during consumption peaks. It should also be noted that the energy market may be subject to unforeseen events which can impact hourly prices.

How does dynamic pricing work?

A dynamic rate is a rate that varies according to market prices. This changes hour by hour and varies every day according to the EPEX Spot market, the European electricity exchange. In Luxembourg, EPEX Spot market prices follow fluctuations on the German market.

Dynamic pricing depends heavily on demand. This is because periods of high demand can result in higher rates, while periods of low demand can offer cheaper rates. Depending on when you consume your electricity, at peak times or off-peak times, the price may therefore differ.

Comparison between a fixed rate and a dynamic rate

When analyzing a typical day, certain periods of the day may be more advantageous than others.

  1. In this example, dynamic pricing is most beneficial between midnight and 7 a.m. Opting for consumption during this time period turns out to be more economical with a dynamic contract, thus allowing savings.
  2. Conversely, consumption between 7 a.m. and 12 p.m. results in higher costs. In this scenario and without knowing how to schedule consumption outside of these hours of high demand, the dynamic rate is less interesting than a fixed rate.

How can I optimize my budget with dynamic pricing?

Spot prices vary every day of the year and every hour of the day according to supply and demand. This presents both opportunities and risks for the customer. When demand for electricity is low, market prices tend to decrease, while at peak times, when demand is higher, customers are likely to pay higher prices than at a traditional tariff.

By consulting the EPEX Spot market regularly, you can plan and adjust your consumption to benefit from lower prices during reduced prices periods.

If you have smart electrical appliances that allow you to adapt your consumption to fluctuations in hourly prices on the wholesale market, you can take advantage of low hourly prices and avoid high hourly prices, thereby optimising the cost of your electricity consumption.

Is dynamic naturstroum right for me?

Dynamic pricing is advantageous if you can plan your consumption, for example by having many programmable electrical installations. It is therefore ideal if you have the following facilities:

  • A home charging station, which offers the possibility of recharging your electric car at the cheapest times
  • Smart home automation, which allows you to optimise your home energy use
  • A programmable heat pump to regulate the temperature inside
  • Solar panels and a smart battery, which allows you to store the electricity produced and consume it at times when the price per kilowatt hour is at a peak, or inject the surplus into the network

How to suscribe for dynamic naturstroum?

To subscribe to dynamic naturstroum, we invite you to contact our serviceline.

For any questions relating to the dynamic naturstroum contract, you can consult our dedicated FAQ.

Distribution

Your electricity bill is made up of several elements: the cost of energy (hourly EPEX price + direct marketing commission) multiplied by your hourly consumption (displayed as an average over the entire month), plus grid fees, taxes, compensation mechanisms (if applicable) as well as flat-rate monthly fees.

Energy
Σ (prix EPEX horaire + commission de commercialisation directe)X votre consommation horaire
Grid
Frais d’utilisation et d’accès au réseau
Tax
Mécanisme de compensation, taxe et TVA

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How can I find out about my consumption?

If you have a my.enovos.lu account, you can consult the evolution and details of your consumption at any time by going to the “Consumption” tab of the customer portal.

If you do not have an account and you receive your bills in paper format, you will find information on your consumption on the second page, and on the third page the historical evolution of your consumption. This trend is also shown on the statement of account that you receive in paper format once a year.