Premier Energy to ask for rise in electricity rates

The company Premier Energy is considering making approaches to ask for an increase in electricity rates for May now that it signed an additional agreement to the contract for the purchase of electrical energy with the supplier “Energocom” SA, IPN reports.

“Given the rise in the purchase price of electrical energy for this May, according to the contracts signed with ÎS Energocom, given that the price of electricity bought from MGRES rose to 60 USD/MWh for a volume of 70% and to 84.74 USD/MWh for 30% of the amount of electricity purchased from UKRHydroenergo, and given also the debt owed to ÎS Energocom due to the adjustment of the electricity delivery price for exercising its legal rights and for fulfilling its responsibilities as regards the sustainability of the economic flows in the energy sector, ÎCS “Premier Energy” SRL is in the process of analyzing the data concerning the adjustment of the delivery price to see if this exceeds the margin of 5% of tariff deviations,” the company noted in a press release.

The last rise in electricity rates for consumers has been applied from April 1: 1.73 lei/kWh for end-users connected to high-voltage power lines (35–110 kV); 1.86 lei/kWh – for medium-voltage power lines (6–10 kV) and 2.17 lei/kWh – for low-voltage power lines (0.4 kV). Household users are primarily supplied through low-voltage power lines and the rates for them grew by 0.66 lei/kWh or 43.7%.

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