How to calculate your utility costs in the Netherlands

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Sure, some surprises can be fun, if they’re good. What’s not fun is being surprised by sky-high energy bills.

If you want to avoid being caught off-guard the next time you open your mail, it might be worth looking into the crystal ball of energy costs. 🔮

Thankfully, you don’t need to be a wizard to be able to see the future. PartnerPete’s utility calculator can help you go from stress to success, confused to amused in no time. 

READ MORE | How to take control of your Dutch utility bills in 5 simple steps

Simply click through the virtual crystal bowl, and foresee how much you’ll have to pay up to keep your utilities going. 

Enter: the PartnerPete utility calculator 

Whether you’re moving to a new place, changing things up in the place you’re living right now, or simply trying to navigate life — organising utilities can be overwhelming, stressful, and a touch tedious. 

That’s why PartnerPete has made it as simple as possible for you to get it all sorted in one go using this handy calculator. 

Need anything else?

If the calculator isn’t for you, and you just prefer talking to a human (we’ve all been there, it’s ok), you can hop on a call with the folks at PartnerPete, for an advice meeting completely free of charge. 

Another handy option is PartnerPete’s contract coach — an affordable service that helps you navigate the sea of information about utilities to make sure you save money wherever possible and alerts you about better deals.

READ MORE | Reducing your energy bill in 2023: why you need a contract coach

Best of all, PartnerPete is all about communicating in English — perfect for those of us who don’t have time (or desire) to learn Dutch, just for the sake of understanding an energy contract. 

How do you keep track of your utilities? Tell us in the comments below!

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Juni Moltubak
Juni Moltubak
Juni moved to the Netherlands after realizing how expensive tuition fees in the UK are, and never regretted her choice of studying in The Hague. After three years of Political Science, she is ready for a new adventure — an internship at DutchReview! When you don’t see her typing on her laptop she can be found strolling around Haagse Bos or sitting in her lovely garden scrolling through interior design TikToks.

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