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Premier Energy proposes reducing electricity charge by 0.16 lei

Premier Energy asked the National Agency for Energy Regulation to consider the opportunity of reducing the electricity charge by 0.16 lei for end users connected to low-voltage power lines, IPN reports.

The household users powered by Premier Energy today pay a charge of 2.57 lei/kW. The proposed charge is 2.41 lei/kWh without VAT.

FEE Nord earlier requested decreasing the electricity charge by 0.30 lei.

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