Electricity and gas bills to go down
Slovak households will see their electricity bills to fall by 1 percent on average from the early 2016. Gas bills will go down by 3.6 percent.
Small corporations whose prices are set by the regulator will see their electricity prices to fall by 1.1% and gas prices by 2.88% on average from the next year. Households can save from 3 to 50 euros on electricity bills under the regulator’s decision. Savings on gas may reach from 1 to 40 euros, estimated the regulator’s head Jozef Holjencik. Households that use gas for heating will save the most money.
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