The new electricity tariffs come into force. ANRE's decision was published in the Official Gazette
Starting from Monday, consumers in the Republic of Moldova will pay less for electricity. The decision of Friday, November 10, of the National Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE) regarding the reduction of tariffs was published in the Official Gazette.
Premier Energy consumers will pay 2 lei and 39 bani for one kilowatt hour, and households in the north of the country, served by "Furnizare Energie Electrică Nord", will pay 2 lei and 88 bani, even though the company requested 2 lei and 90 bani.
We remind you that the last rate drop was approved by the regulator at the beginning of July. Then, the price of electricity supplied by Premier Energy went down by 42 bani, and at FEE Nord, down by 38 bani.