Serbia, Are electricity prices rising again for businessmen?, News
The price of electricity for the economy in Serbia from January 1 will be 103 euros per megawatt-hour (MWh). That is an increase of about eight percent compared to the current price of 95 euros.
The average price for the economy in the middle and end of last year, before the start of the energy crisis, was from 50 to 70 euros per megawatt-hour.
In a year, it was increased to 100 percent.
The latest price increase in January, as reported by Danas, will be eight percent and will be.
That newspaper states that the companies received supply contracts for the next year sent to them by Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS).
Last month, Dubravka Đedović, the Minister of Mining and Energy, announced a ten percent increase in the price of electricity.
At that time, she did not mention the economy, but only households, but it was clear that new prices for companies were also being prepared.
However, the doubling of the price was gradual. First, it was frozen at the end of October last year, then it was fixed at 75 euros from January to June this year, and then on September 1, it was increased to 95 euros.
In that period, the price on domestic stock exchanges was higher than 500 euros, and on foreign markets it exceeded 600 euros.
As it is reminded, the rise in prices in Serbia is not the end here.
As part of the arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Government of Serbia undertook to raise the price of electricity three more times from May 2023 to May 2024, a total of about 26 percent, and natural gas about 30 percent.
By the way, these days you could hear that the price of electricity for the economy in Slovenia next year will be around 200 euros, and in Republika Srpska around 65 euros, Nova Ekonomija reports.
- May 11, 2023 Mining Industry, Science and Communications, bridging the gaps
- May 11, 2023 Communicating Energy, new tech industries communications
- May 9, 2023 Serbia economy briefing: Transformation of “Elektroprivreda Srbija”
- April 24, 2023 Without sustainable mining, there is no renewable future
- March 25, 2023 Europe revives mining to reduce dependence on the import of key raw materials, the advantages of Serbia as materials supplier
- March 8, 2023 Calcium Carbonate Industry, Reshaping the Market Growth, Serbian supplier to match European industrial demand
- February 28, 2023 Serbian exploitation miner Belkalhan could become EU primary supplier of Graphite critical raw material
- February 28, 2023 Calcite/calcium carbonate premium quality supplier from Serbia opening supply contracts for 24,25, pharmaceutical/chemical/food processing industry opportunity for JV
- February 16, 2023 Serbian Belkalhan calcite & graphite mining developer invites JV partners for joint critical raw materials exploitation
- February 15, 2023 Petroprocess to modernize EPS power plant CEMS system with state of the art equipment
- June 9, 2023 20 years of Microsoft in Serbia
- June 9, 2023 What does the withdrawal of the Draft Law on Business Companies mean for Serbia?
- June 9, 2023 Serbia, Returning inflation to a downward trajectory is a priority