At today’s session, Croatian Government decided that the price of natural gas for households will not be increased as of 1 April, as it was previously planned.
The price at which power utility HEP will sell gas to suppliers in public service (for households and heat production) should be 0.0235 euros/kWh, which also includes the cost of transport, gas storage fee, fee for exceeding contracted transport capacity, fees for the organization of the gas market (paid to HROTE) and other fees as well. The price will be valid until 31 March 2018. For comparison, the current price at which HEP sells gas to suppliers in public service is 0.0225 euros/kWh.
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Tags: Croatia, gas, gas price, HEP