Energy and Water Regulatory Commission
Last public discussion on electricity and heating prices increase from July 1, this time with the participation of civilian organizations. Yesterday, the National ombudsman of Bulgaria Maya Manolova has requested from the KEVR (EWRC) the financial statements for the activities of the electricity distribution companies for 2018.
Prices of heating and hot water wil go up as of July 1st. The largest increase for the district heating services is in the city of Razgrad and Gabrovo. In Sliven the prices will go down, reports BNT.
New prices and heating from July. The increase in district heating in Razgrad and Gabrovo is the biggest, only in Sliven.
New prices for the heating in Bulgaria from July. The increase in district heating in Razgrad and Gabrovo is the biggest.
The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission suggests that the price of heating and hot water will increase almost in the whole country, with an average increase of 4.5%, according to the report of the department.
This became clear from a published report by the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (KEVR), quoted by NOVA TV.
A jump in the price of electricity by an average of 3.48% is proposed by the Commission for Energy and Water Regulation.
The accounts show that the electricity price for subscribers in Southeastern Bulgaria could be the most expensive - 3.59 per cent.
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 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.