Energy Watchdog Approves Electricity Price Hike
Bulgaria's energy watchdog DKEVR approved the new, higher prices of electricity, effective as of October 1.
The rise is within the forecast – an average of 9.79%, reports the BTA wire service.
The clients of CEZ Bulgaria in the western parts of the country would see the highest hike – by 9.9%. Clients of EVN in southern and south eastern Bulgaria would see their bills increase by 9.5%.
Meanwhile, earlier this week the EDCs said they have started extraordinary meter readings and the electricity bills will include the energy consumption with both prices.
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