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Electricity rates higher as of Nov. 4

Households in central and southern Moldova powered by the energy supplier Premier Energy as from November 4 will pay 4.77 lei/kWh. In the northern regions, households powered by Furnizarea Energiei Electrice Nord will pay 4.81 lei/kWh. The hikes approved by the National Agency for Energy Regulation two days ago were published in the November 4 issue of the Official Gazette, IPN reports.

The updated Premier Energy tariffs, depending on the location of the node in the grid and on voltage, are as follows:

– 4.13 lei/kWh for electricity supplied to the point of entry into the transmission network;
– 4.28 lei/kWh for electricity supplied to the point of exit from the transmission network;
– 4.30 lei/kWh for end consumers connected to high-voltage lines (35–110 kV);
– 4.43 lei/kWh for end consumers connected to medium-voltage lines (6–10 kV);
– 4.77 lei/kWh for end consumers connected to low-voltage lines (0.4 kV).

For Furnizarea Energiei Electrice Nord, the updated rates are as follows:

– 3.87 lei/kWh for electricity supplied to the point of entry into the transmission network;
– 4.01 lei/kWh for electricity supplied to the point of exit from the transmission network;
– 4.20 lei/kWh for end consumers connected to medium-voltage lines (6-10 kV);
– 4.81lei/kWh for end consumers connected to the low-voltage grid (0.4 kV).

This is the fourth increase in electricity rates this year. The last time the rates were raised three weeks ago. Then, the hike approved for household customers of Premier Energy was of 0.51 lei/kWh, while that for the customers of Furnizarea Energiei Electrice Nord was of 0.35 lei/kWh.

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