Although the electricity market in Serbia has been liberalized for more than three years, state-owned power utility EPS is the sole supplier of electricity to Serbian households.
Serbian households have the right to choose their own supplier, but that right has not been exercised so far, because EPS offers electricity at prices far below market ones, which means that independent suppliers would have to suffer losses in order to offer prices competitive with EPS’.
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Tags: electricity, electricity market, electricity supply, EPS, liberalization, Serbia