According to the data published by Romanian energy exchange OPCOM, the starting price on the Centralized Market for Universal Service (PCSU), where suppliers buy electricity for domestic consumers, will be 20 % lower for the second half of 2018, compared to the starting price in the first quarter of the year.
The price for the electricity delivered on a 24-hours basis will start from 41.2 euros/MWh in the second quarter of the year, compared to 52.6 euros/MWh, the starting price in the first quarter. For the electricity supplied in the 6:00-22:00 period, the starting price will be 46.6 euros/MWh, compared to 58.4 euros/MWh, and for the peak hours the price will start at 51.7 euros/MWh, compared to 64.8 euros.
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