How can it be that everybody have received a larger consumption account, when there are fewer total units recorded in the building?

Several factors can be the reason for this. The most common is that the apartment’s total heating expense hasn’t fallen in the same way, which can be caused by operational issues. If the radiator water’s temperature of the forward flow is turned up, the heat loss of the pipes will be larger. As a consequence, when turned up, a smaller part of the radiator will be warm, since the rate of heat release will be significantly larger. The result is, that fewer units are registered in the heat cost allocators, but the total heating bill of the building is as large (or even larger). And the price of each unit rises.

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