Bulgaria: Competition watchdog accuses electricity distributors CEZ, EVN & Energo-pro for market position abuse, SEE Energy News
Commission for the Protection of the Competition (KZK) accused three electro- distribution companies for abuse the position in the market.
According to KZK, CEZ, EVN and Energo-pro impose unreasonably high prices for accession to the distribution network at low voltage.
According to the regulator, this violates competitiveness and it is contrary to the consumers interests.
From the Commission precise that the network is owned by electro -distribution companies, but its rent is done by inadequate prices.
KZK comes to the conclusion that the price of renting the network has been determined without thinking of adapted and analyzed factors that objectively affect its size, write in the statement of Commission.
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