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New increases in electricity tariffs, more likely. ANRE has approved Transelectrica to increase the system tariff

The National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE) has approved Transelectrica to increase by 28% the tariff for the system service as of with January 1, 2018. Paradoxically, Transelectrica, national energy transport operator, has granted to the state in the autumn ...

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Engie: We are not sure there is enough gas stored if a hard winter is coming. The Gov’t has no emergency plan

Natural gas could become scarce in the event of a hard winter and some industrial consumers will have to be cut off from supply to ensure the priority for the population, but the government does not have an emergency plan ...

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Price increases as of October 1: Electricity, gas, fuel and foodstuff

Electricity and gas, as well as fuel prices increase again as of today, October 1, which will generate a chain reaction of price hikes for most products and services, especially for food, accompanied by raises of instalments for loans from ...

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ANRE approves the spot gas market operations on OPCOM

The National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE) has approved the functioning of the spot gas market on the OPCOM market, a press release informs on Wednesday. “Today, September 20, 2017, the meeting of the ANRE Regulatory Committee took place, during ...

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Tarom has new General Director

Tarom, Romania’s flag carrier, has a new General Director, Dan Plavleti, who has been president of the Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE) during 2010-2012, Digi 24 informs. Last year, he was president of the National Bucharest Airport Company, and he ...

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