Romania: New fixed prices electricity supply offered by Hidroelectrica, SEE Energy News
Romanian electricity producer Hidroelectrica said that due to the uncertainties regarding the evolution of the economy in the context of the drastic measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, it wants to ensure stability to its customers by ensuring continuity in the supply of electricity and new offers.
Thus, electricity which entirely comes from renewable sources, is made available to customers at a fixed price throughout the contractual period, to which a discount is applied for a period of 3 months, with a maturity of 60 days from date of issuance of the invoice and the possibility of transmitting the documents exclusively online.
The price of active energy per discounted period (April-June 2020) for residential customers is 0.047 euros/kWh, while for the rest of the contractual period the price is 0.052 euros/kWh.
For commercial customers the discounted active energy price for the months of the second quarter of 2020 is around 0.052 euros/kWh, depending on the specific consumption. For the rest of the contractual period, the price of the active energy is around 0.056 euros/kWh.
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