Energy and Water Regulatory Commission

Heat Companies in Bulgaria Want an Increase in the Price of Heating by Up to 108%

Heat companies are considering price jump to happen in July, 2019, reported NOVA TV. 

A higher heating prices from July 1 want the district heating companies throughout the country. Some of them even insist on a double jump. 

The biggest increase - by 108% - has been requested by "Toplofikatsia Gabrovo", which works on coal.

The Increase in Electricity Will be Within the Inflation Rate of 3.6%,

The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission will not allow a drastic increase in electricity, assured the head of the regulator Ivan Ivanov. He predicts that the 1 July increase will be within inflation - about 3.6%.

Yesterday, energy companies have requested an increase ranging from 2% for the day to over 50% of the night.

About 3% Will Be the Increase in Electricity in Bulgaria From July

,,The increase in electricity in July will be within the annual inflation rate, which is within 3 or slightly over 3 percent'', the Chairman of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (KEVR) Ivan Ivanov told journalists after a discussion about the electricity theft, reported BTA. 
"The increase in electricity will be far from what electricity companies want," Ivanov said.

The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission discusses how much to increase the price of the natural gas

The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission discusses how much to increase the price of the natural gas from April 1, reported NOVA TV.

Now the price is about BGN 44  per megawatt hour.

Bulgargaz, however, has already demanded an increase of 0.8%. The reason for the requested price increase is the appreciation of the dollar and the alternative to gas.

Energy Regulator: Claims of 15-20% Increase in Electricity Bills from July 1 Unfounded

There is no reason to claim that there will be a 15-20% increase in people's electricity bills from July 1, Chairman of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (KEVR) Ivan Ivanov said during a press briefing, Focus News Agency reports.

Prices of Water in Bulgaria to Go up by 10% in the New Year

Water prices are rising by up to 10% in 26 locations in 2019. This was decided by the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission in a closed sitting on 28th of December. The largest increase of water prices is in Burgas and Sofia - by 10%. The most expensive will be the water supply service in Shumen, where a cubic metre of water will cost 3.40 BGN, reports BNT. 

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