Bulgaria: Energy regulator introduces new electricity gas prices, SEE Energy News
According to earlier decision of Bulgarian Commission For Water and Energy Regulation (KEVR) new electricity, natural gas and heating prices have come into force as of 1 July.
The price of electricity for household consumers has increased by 0.04 % on average, while the prices for other non-household consumers has been reduced by 17 %. The price has not changed for household customers supplied by CEZ, the price for those supplied by Energo-Pro has increased by 0.88 %, while the price at EVN increased by 0.83 %. Regarding non-households consumers, those supplied by Energo-Pro recorded the largest drop of 17.19 %, prices at CEZ dropped by 10.11 %, while prices at EVN decreased by 7.84 %.
These new electricity prices will remain in force until 1 July next year.
The price of natural gas was reduced by 9.97 % which also lead to the decrease in price of district heating services. The average decrease in the price of heating amounts to 6 %. The largest drop is recorded in Razgrad (5.86 %), Sofia (3.43 %), Plovdiv (2.44 %) and Varna with 1.59 %, transmits Serbia-energy.eu