Electricity Tariffs Go Up in Moldova

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The National Energy Regulatory Agency has approved new current tariffs, lower than those requested by suppliers but higher than now. For Premier Energy customers, the tariff will increase by 50 bani, unimedia.info reports. Hence, the price of electricity supplied by Premier Energy will be 3.15 lei. The current tariff for Premier Energy consumers is 2.64 lei/kWh, while the supplier’s bid envisaged an increase up to 3.24 lei/kWh. Electricity prices have also increased for northern Moldova consumers. FEE Nord customers will pay 3.21 lei per kWh, VAT exclusive. The new tariffs will come into effect as of the day of publication of ANRE’s decision in the Monitorul Oficial. Point