On February 15, the National Energy Regulatory Agency will consider the request from suppliers to increase the electricity tariff.
This was announced by the director of the institution Veaceslav Untila, reports publika.md
According to the regulator’s calculations, for consumers in the central and southern regions of the country, the tariff will increase from 51 lei bans per kilowatt-hour to 1.92. The supplier also requires an increase to two lei 92 bans.
As for FEE-Nord customers, the tariff will be increased by 20 bans to 2.25. While the company itself insists on three lei and six bans. FEE Nord and Premier Energy refer to the increase in the purchase price.