Main Investment costs

1. Water price (Lisbon)

Customer Types

Price per m3 (1,000 liters) EUR

Domestic

1st bracket – Up to 5 m3 (5,000 liters) / 30 days

0.4133

2nd bracket – >5 m3 (>5,000 liters) to 15 m3 (15,000 liters) / 30 days

0.7728

3rd bracket – >15 m3 (>15,000 liters) to 25 m3 (25,000 liters) / 30 days

1.8188

1st bracket – More than 25 m3 (>25,000 liters) / 30 days

2.3148

Family Water Tariff (groups of 5 or more people)

1st bracket – Consumption less than or equal to 5 m3 (5,000 liters) / 30 days

0.4133

2nd bracket – Consumption obtained by the difference between the result of applying the formula (“n” x 3.6 m3 (3,600 liters)/30 days + 2, where “n” is equal to the number of people in the family group), and consumption equal to 5 m3 (5,000 liters)/30 days billed in the 1st level of the Family Water Tariff

0.6779

3rd bracket – Consumption that exceeds the result of applying the formula (“n” x 3.6 m3 (3,600 liters)/30 days + 2, in which “n” is equal to the number of people in the family group)

1.8188

Domestic items temporarily not subject to brackets

1.3707

Water Social Tariff

Consumption up to 15 m3 (15,000 liters) / 30 days

0.4133

Consumption >15 m3 (>15,000 liters) to 25 m3 (25,000 liters) / 30 days

1.8188

Consumption over 25 m3 (>25,000 liters) / 30 days

2.3148

Water Tariff for centralized sanitary water heating Installations

0.7728

Non-domestic

Commercial, industrial, agricultural, and State consumption and consumption by other legal entities governed by public law and liberal professions

1.8188

Private Institutions of Public Interest

1.3707

Source: EPAL 

 

 

2. Price of electricity:

Since 31 December 2012, the price of electricity, in Portugal, is no longer imposed by the Energy Services Regulatory Authority (ERSE) with electricity tariff fixed on a yearly basis. This means there is freedom to define the electricity tariff in the liberalised market, which permits to find a better energy supplier. So, every supplier company presents a different electricity per kWh price.

 

According to the ERSE, the final price of electricity is the sum of three parcels: Energy, Network and Taxes. Electricity prices in the free market are negotiated between suppliers and their clients. Consumers who do not yet have a supplier in the market  continue to be provided by the supplier of last resort (CUR), with a transitory tariff set by ERSE.

 

On their website, ERSE provides a simulator to calculate electricity prices: https://simulador.precos.erse.pt/eletricidade/

 

Source: Energy Services Regulatory Authority (ERSE)

 

 

3. Minimum wage and Average monthly earnings of employees by independent employment: total and by sector of economic activity

Minimum wage

1. Monthly value: 665.0 Euros 

2. Annual value (14 months): 9,310.0 Euros 

Average monthly earnings of employees by independent employment: total and by sector of economic activity

1. Monthly value: 1170.3 Euros

2. Annual value (14 months): 16 384.2 Euros

 

Source: Pordata