Households may see lower electricity bills
While last year the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (URSO) worked with the price of 35.3072 euros per megawatt hour when setting this year’s electricity prices for households, this year it will be almost almost 2 euros less.
Besides reduction in gas prices, Slovak households could also see their electricity bills go down next year. The price may decline thanks to lower purchase electricity price compared to the previous year. While last year, the Regulatory Office for Network Industries (URSO) worked with the price of 35.3072 euros per megawatt hour when setting this year’s electricity prices for households, this year it will be almost 2 euros less. The Regulatory Authority announced that based on the average price of electricity at the Prague Energy Exchange in the first half of this year, it will work with the price of 33,852 euros per megawatt hour when setting next year’s electricity prices for households.
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