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Electricity to become more expensive from 1 April

12:28 | 18.03.2022 Category: Economic

Chisinau, March 18 / MOLDPRES /- The Board of Directors of the National Agency for Energy Regulation (ANRE) today examined and approved new tariffs for electricity. The new prices will take effect on 1 April.

The following regulated electricity supply prices were approved today by the Premier Energy company, differentiated according to the delimitation points or the places of consumption of the final consumers: 1.57 lei / kWh for the electricity supplied at the entry points in the transmission networks; 1.71 lei / kWh - at the points of exit from transmission networks, 1.73 lei / kWh for final consumers whose installations are connected to high voltage electrical distribution networks (35–110 kV), 1.86 lei / kWh - medium voltage (6–10 kV) ), which is 61 bani / kWh or 48.6% more than the previous prices;

Household consumers will pay 2.17 lei / kWh, which is 66 bani, or 43.7% more than the previous prices.

For North Electricity Supply company the following prices were determined: 1.57 lei / kWh for the electricity supplied at the entry points in the transmission networks; 1.72 lei / kWh for the electricity supplied at the exit points from the transmission networks; 1.90 lei / kWh for final consumers whose installations are connected to medium voltage electrical distribution networks (6–10 kV), which is 47 bani / kWh or 32.8% more than the previous prices; 51 lei / kWh for final consumers, which is 47 bani or 22.9% more than the previous prices.

In accordance with the approved decisions, both the approved distribution service tariffs and the regulated electricity supply prices will enter into force on 1 April 2022.

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