Beneficiaries must annually submit an application for inclusion in the social tariff.
The Social Family Tariff (CTO) was created to protect vulnerable groups of consumers, while in the midst of an energy crisis, it is an additional “break” to reduce charges on electricity bills.
For inclusion in the Family Social Tariff (COT), interested parties must submit an application on the IDIKA website with the codes TAXISnet
CTO beneficiaries apply for inclusion in the CTO each year and each time within two months of the tax return deadline (as well as its possible extension), in order to re-check the conditions for inclusion in the Social Family Tariff (CTO)
Given that the 2022 tax returns were submitted by the deadline of August 30, 2022, the deadline for submitting a new application for the Social Family Tariff of 2022 (COT) is October 31, 2022.
CTO . Scholarship Terms
To join a CTO, a consumer must:
1. That the electricity consumption covers the needs of his main residence.
2. The electric current must be in his name or in the name of his wife.
3. The consumption of his main residence must be at least 200 kWh for every 4 months and the consumption for a period of 4 months must not exceed the maximum consumption limits specified for the category of CTO beneficiary to which he belongs.
200 kWh consumption for each additional adult and 100 kWh consumption for each additional minor, up to the total limit of 2,400 kWh regardless of the number of family members.
For a household with an individual or a person with a disability of sixty-seven percent (67%) or more, the above consumption limits are increased by 300 kWh.
For a family that also includes a person or persons in need of mechanical support using medical devices, which are provided at home and are necessary for their life, the above consumption limits are increased by 600 kWh.
4. He must fulfill the conditions of one of the following categories of consumers based on his tax return issued in the previous year.
1. This category includes those who meet the criteria for obtaining Social Solidarity Income (SSI):
The total value of the property for the family cannot exceed €90,000 for a family of one person, with an increase of €15,000 for each additional person and up to €150,000.
Objective expenditure of movable family property (passenger cars or two-wheelers) cannot exceed the total amount of 6000 euros.
Gross income, up to six months prior to application, cannot exceed the amounts in the table below.
COT Class B
1. This category includes those who meet the following income criteria:
For each additional adult an additional €4,500 and for each additional minor member an additional €2,250, up to the total limit of €31,500 regardless of the number of family members.
They and their family members have real estate, in Greece or abroad, with a total taxable value (based on the ENFIA account) up to €120,000 for a family of one, plus €15,000 for each additional individual and up to a maximum of €180,000.
Their family members are not subject to luxury tax provisions and do not declare living expenses for yacht crew fees, private school fees, domestic servants, motorists, teachers, and other employees, based on the most recent liquidated income tax returns of family members whose application deadline under the provisions has expired or has been extended Deadline for submission of any form.
For a family that includes a person or a person with a disability of sixty-seven percent (67%) or more, the income limits in the above table are increased by eight thousand (8000) euros.
For a family that also includes a person or persons in need of mechanical support using medical devices, which are provided at home and are necessary for their life, the income limits given in the above table are increased by fifteen thousand (15,000) euros.
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