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Termoelectrica stock company of Moldova demands adjusting of tariffs for electric, thermal energy

17:14 | 15.11.2021 Category: Economic

Chisinau, 15 November /MOLDPRES/ - The Termoelectrica stock company has informed that, on 9 November this year, it had demanded that the National Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE) extraordinarily adjusts the price for electric energy generated and the tariff for thermal energy delivered to consumers, enforced starting from 1 November 2022.  

According to the enterprise, the need of extraordinary adjusting is influenced by the increase in prices for natural gas purchased by 115.3 per cent (from 4,018 lei to 8,650.2 lei/1,000 cubic metres without value added tax (VAT)).  

Termoelectrica stock company has been applying since March 2020 the price for the electric energy produced of 1.16 lei/one KW/hour (without VAT) and the tariff for thermal energy of 1,122 lei/Gcal (without VAT),with the natural gas purchasing price of 4,018 lei/1,000 cubic metres being included in the structure of tariffs.   

According to Termoelectrica’s estimations, the price for the electric energy produced is to increase by 1.21 lei/KW/hour up to 2.37 lei/KW/hour (without VAT) and the tariff for the thermal energy delivered to consumers is to grow by 650 lei/Gcal up to 1,772 lei/Gcal (without VAT).   

The urgent adjusting of tariffs is aimed at not allowing the accumulation of debts and the entering of default because of the non-coverage of the natural gas consumption from the structure of the tariffs in force, as Termoelectrica stock company buys about 32.7 per cent of the volume of natural gas supplied by the Moldovagaz stock company.   

Photo: Termoelectrica

 

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