Romania: Tinmar Energy supplier of last resort for May, SEE Energy News
In order to help end customers who have not secured electricity from any other source, National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE) appointed Tinmar Energy as a supplier of last resort in May. Tinmar Energy offered the lowest price, respectively 72.8 euros/MWh. It is followed by Electrica Furnizare, with a price of 81.5 euros/MWh, E.ON Energie Romania with 99.3 euros/MWh, CEZ Vanzare with 102.5 euros/MWh and Enel Energie and Enel Energie Muntenia, with the price of 141.8 euros/MWh.
Customers wishing to conclude a contract with a supplier of last resort and whose current electricity supply contract terminates may contact any of the suppliers listed above. If customers are recipients of universal service and their request is prior to the date of entry into force of the electricity supply contract with the supplier of last resort, the contract will be concluded at the price of the universal service offer. Otherwise, the customer is taken over by the supplier of last resort at the price of last resort, according to the regulations in force. The final price does not include regulated distribution fees, transmission fees, system service fees, contribution for high-efficiency cogeneration, value of green certificates, excise, reactive energy tariff and value added tax.
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