Serbia, EPS has extended the supply of electricity at unchanged prices until 30 November, News Serbia Energy
In line with the recommendation from the decision of the Serbian Government, state-owned power utility EPS has extended the supply of electricity at unchanged prices until 30 November. Namely, EPS will extend electricity supply contract for companies whose previous contracts expire between 31 October and 30 November.
Also, for those companies who are supplied based on the supplier of last resort contracts, which whose expired on 31 October, a new contract for November is offered at the same price, and, for those who have already signed agreements which came into effect on 1 November, the validity of the agreements has been extended until 1 December.
Director of the Development and Free Market sector at EPS Bratislav Dzombic said that EPS couldn’t help the economy without the Government’s decision, because it could not lower the prices formed in the market by itself, because the market for the supply of companies is liberalized, this company is not the only one in the market, and that would have violated existing regulations.
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