Tag: electricity supply

EPCG has an advantage in early market liberalization stages – Montenegro, 28 May 2018

According to Montenegrin Regulatory Agency for Energy (RAE), state-owned power utility EPCG, unlike other electricity suppliers, has been positioned close to its customer base for years already, which could prove as an advantage in early market liberalization stages. RAE representatives reminded that electricity market in Montenegro has been liberalized as of 1 January 2009 for […]

Working group for the selection of universal supplier to be established – Macedonia, 23 May 2018

The Macedonian Government reviewed and adopted the information on the establishment of a working group to prepare the tender documentation for a procedure for the selection of universal electricity supplier and the supplier of last resort. In this regard, the Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economic affairs Koco Angjusev, is obliged […]

EPS has no competition in households electricity supply – Serbia, 10 May 2018

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 […]