ANRE approves 10pc increase of gas prices supplied by ENGIE to household consumers as of April 1

The Regulatory Committee of the National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE) has approved, at the sitting on Thursday, the new prices for the supply of natural gas to household customers. In the case of ENGIE Romania, which has about 1.6 million customers, ANRE has accepted a price increase of 1.2 bani/kWh from 11.8 to 13 bani/kWh (RON 0.118 to RON 0.13/kWh) as of April 1. In the case of E.ON Gaz Furnizare Romania, prices do not change. On January 10, an average price increase of about 8% took place, informs.

“For the economic operator ENGIE Romania SA there will be a price increase for the regulated supply applied to the household customers, mainly due to the corrections applied for Q4 2016 – Q1 2018, when the price was lower than the costs related to the supply, which means an increase of 1.2 bani/kWh, from 11.8 to 13 bani/kWh,” ANRE informs in a press release.

“We also remind that the legal framework that allows all consumers to choose their gas supplier has been implemented. The process of changing the supplier is free of charge, does not involve technical changes, and any household gas customer may switch from the regulated regime supply, to the supply on competitive market,” ANRE also informs.

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