Do you pay for how much energy you consume? No way. There are still many electricity suppliers that issue bills on the basis of estimated consumption rather than on the basis of the electricity actually consumed at home. The alarm launched by Altroconsumo, an association for the protection and defense of consumers, sheds light on a system in which, net of the widespread use of electricity meters, almost 6 out of 10 operators continue to send their customers bills based on estimates, says the association. In fact, Altroconsumo notes that from the tests carried out on 14 of the most popular electricity suppliers in Italy, with a monitoring of almost 200 bills of 25 users for 2 years, it emerged that 57% of the managers analyzed in fact continued to issue energy bills. estimated electricity. All this, according to the association’s complaint, is a source of errors and adjustments that end up damaging transparency. But that is not all. For Altroconsumo, even greater damage comes from bills that do not arrive for months and months and contribute to creating even more problems for consumers, who in the end find themselves having to pay significant amounts.