PPC Night Current Invoice: When Does Summer Time Work And What You Need To Know


From May 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019, the reduced nightly domestic tariff will be valid for hours running from 11 pm to 7 am . Read what you need to know about the House Night Invoice but also the summer hours of PPC that will apply from May Day. Household Invoice (with Time Charge) CIN is a double billing invoice, that is, 24-hour consumer charges are charged at different rates, Domestic Invoice Price C1 at “Day” billing hours and reduced “Night” in times of reduced billing.

Night Invoice – What is the financial benefit of using it

This tariff is advantageous when using ultra-high-power electrical appliances during the night (reduced charge hours). In any case if your total consumption, day and night, is over 800 kWh (kilowatt hours) in the four months. When your 4-month (day and night) consumption is less than 800 kWh, if the night consumption is at least 150 kWh. You can get the most financial benefit from a home-based tariff with a time schedule:


If you schedule, for example, a timer, some energy-intensive electrical appliances such as washing machine, dishwasher, water heaters and heaters will operate at reduced charge times. If you use the electric cooker, the electric iron and the air conditioners, especially during the reduced charge hours

You also benefit from 24-hour electrical appliances (eg the refrigerator, freezer, electronic devices on hold) because 1/3 of the energy they consume will be charged at the reduced night price. Also, the consumption of night light bulbs will be charged at low prices.

Part-time and what is the summer season

PPC Winter Season: November 1st to April 30th

  • 02: 00-08: 00 and 15: 00-17: 00, for customers connected to the Mainland Network and Interconnected Islands
  • 02: 00-08: 00 and 15: 30-17: 30, for non-interconnected island customers on a part-time basis

PPC Summer Season: May 1st to October 31st

  • 23: 00-07: 00

Continuous hours *

All year: 23:00 to 07:00

* PPC points out that the Household Nighttime Invoice throughout the year is no longer granted. Applies to residential customers who have a reduced nightly rate before 1988 (if they have not requested a change in the meantime) or are resident in certain geographical areas of the country where there is no appropriate technical infrastructure of the DDDEE (Distribution Network) (Acoustic Frequency Remote Control).

Read on the PPC website what you want to know about the night stream.


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