Electricity price comparison November 2023. You can save thousands of crowns by changing the rate


At the beginning of the heating season, it is advisable to check your electricity bills. In order for the household not to pay unnecessary money, it is important to have the right rate negotiated. Tens of thousands of crowns can thus be saved. For comparison, we present an overview of all the rates of the largest electricity suppliers for November 2023.

The price of electricity depends on the rate agreed with the selected distributor. If the rate is incorrect, the household unnecessarily pays administrative fees, or on the contrary, overpays for the consumed kWh. However, a different type of rate is suitable for each household. That is why we have prepared an overview of these rates for November 2023 so that you can better orient yourself in the current offer of suppliers.

Rate D57d is the cheapest option for households with a heat pump and an electric boiler

The D57d rate is suitable for households that use electricity for heating. The condition for obtaining this rate is any electric heating (heat pump, electric boiler, direct heater, underfloor heating). This rate replaces the old rates D35d, D45d, D56d and unifies them. The D57d rate provides na 20 hours daily low rate. Just four hours of expensive electricity will not increase the electricity bill much if the household takes care of it. You can see the best price for the D57d rate here.

Compare the current prices of electric boilers here.

Rate D25d is for households that use electricity to heat water

The D25d rate is suitable for households that they use electricity for heating water. The condition for obtaining this rate is an electric boiler in the home. It pays to heat the water in the boiler during the low tariff period, which is at the D25d rate 8 hours daily. Households with this rate usually have a lower overall electricity consumption. You can find the prices of individual distributors here.

Compare the current prices of electric water heaters, for example, here.

The D02d rate is the most widespread among Czech households

Rate D02d is suitable for households with normal electricity consumption and common appliances such as television, refrigerator, stove, washing machine and dishwasher. The heating of the house is usually solved by a source other than electricity. The transition to this D02d rate occurs automatically when the limits of the D01d rate are exceeded. The D02d rate is the most widespread rate among Czech households and does not have a low tariff, so it has uniform price energy throughout the day. You can see the exact price of individual suppliers here.

Rate D01d is intended for buildings with low electricity consumption

Rate D01d is suitable for objects with low electricity consumption, for example, cottages, garages and households that are not dependent on electricity. In the home, there are usually common appliances such as a refrigerator, lighting or television. A circuit breaker above 3 x 63 A must not be connected at the point of consumption. Rate D01d does not have a low tariff and has uniform price energy throughout the day. You can see the price of the rate for objects with low consumption here.


Rate D45d is for households that are heated by direct heaters

The D45d rate is suitable for households that use it for heating direct heating electrical appliances. If the direct heater is the main source of heat in the home, the D45d rate offers a low tariff 20 hours daily. Such a long band can be divided into up to 7 shorter sections. The D45d rate could only be obtained until 2017. However, this rate is still included in the price list, which you can view here.

Compare the prices of different types of electric direct heaters here.

The D26d rate will be used by households that rely on storage heating

Rate D26d is suitable for households that k storage appliances are used for heating. Accumulation household heating is a condition for obtaining this rate. People who use this rate usually have more consumption. The D26d rate is worthwhile for a household if its annual consumption is at least 1.5 MWh. D26d rate includes 8 hours daily low tariff. You can see which distributor offers the D26d rate most advantageously here.


The D27d rate will make it possible to charge an electric car more cheaply

The D27d rate is suitable for households that own electric car. This is also a condition for obtaining this rate. D27d has 8 hours low tariff per day and it is guaranteed overnight for convenient recharging. It is therefore ideal to connect the electric car usually between 6 pm and 8 am. You can check the price of your distributor here.

Rate D61d intended for a weekend stay at the cottage

The D61d rate is suitable for places that are used mostly on the weekend. These are, for example, cottages, cottages and other objects used for weekend relaxation. However, it can be obtained even without owning such a property, as there is no need to prove anything for it. The D61d rate has a low tariff always from Friday 12:00 to Sunday 22:00. You can see who offers this cottage rate the most advantageously here.


Rate D56d is for households heated by a heat pump

Rate D56d is suitable for households that use it for heating heat pump system. At the same time, the heat pump must cover at least 60% of the house’s consumption. Rate includes entitlement to 22 hours daily low tariff. It was only available until 2017, but households still use this rate and you can see its price here.

What are the current prices of heat pumps? Comparison here.

Rate D35d for households with multiple heat sources

Rate D35d is suitable for households that use heating they use mixed electrical appliances. It is common in households that do not rely on only one heat source. The rate D35d offers 16 hours low tariff per day, but it could only be obtained until 2017. You can see the price of the tariff here.


All tables are in CZK per 1 kWh. Before switching to another rate, it is a good idea to consult the distributor about this intention. Used price lists: E.ON: Electricity price list (business prices valid from 15/02/2023); PRE: PRE PROUD KLASIK (business prices valid from 1 September 2023); ČEZ: Electricity for an indefinite period (business prices valid from 1/1/2023)

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