Croatia: Reduced electricity prices for households, SEE Energy News
For the next three months electricity prices will be reduced for Croatian households, Croatian subsidiary of Slovenian energy company GEN-I said.
The company decided to decrease the price of electricity for this consumer category by 15 % as of 1 April as one of the measures to help citizens mitigate the economic impact of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Last week, GEN-I said that it will reduce the price of electricity for residential and small business consumers in Slovenia by 15 %. Lower prices will be valid for three months, namely March, April and May.
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