As of September 1, electricity for households 6.5 percent more expensive

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Starting from September 1, the price of electricity for households and smaller customers will amount to 8,144 din/kWh and will mark an increase of 6.5 percent compared to the current average price – according to the official website of the Energy Agency of Serbia.

At today’s meeting, the Council of the Energy Agency, at the request of PE EPS Belgrade, gave its consent to the decision on the price of electricity for guaranteed supply.

The price of electricity is determined on the basis of the maximum approved income and the estimated amount of electricity for sale to customers on the guaranteed supply.

As a reminder, the Minister of Mining and Energy, Zorana Mihajlovic, yesterday advised that she expects the price of electricity for citizens to increase and that the Regulation on energy-vulnerable customers has already been prepared, with the goal of helping those who cannot pay for electricity, gas or thermal energy.

Source: eKapija