The electricity price varies during the day. Different prices are better known as low tariff and high tariff, which can be identified as LT (low tariff) and HT (high tariff) on the electricity bills.
Namely, different prices refer to electricity consumption in different parts of a day. The length of applied intervals changed on November 1st, 2006, according to Article 28 of the Rulebook on electricity tariffs and Article 126 of the Code of Distribution.
Consumers who have old tariff meters, consume electricity at low tariff (LT) from 23-07h during winter time period and from 24-08h during summer time period during all days in the week, excluding Sunday, when low tariff is calculated during entire day, from 00-24h.
Consumers, who have new multifunctional meters installed, consume electricity at low tariff (LT) from 23-07h, regardless whether it is winter or summer time period, during all days during the week, excluding Sunday, when low tariff is calculated during entire day, from 00-24h.