Tag: liberalization

RS aligns Electricity Law with the Third Energy Package – Bosnia and Herzegovina, 03 July 2020

The Parliament of the Republic of Srpska (RS) has adopted the new Electricity Law which is aligned with the EU’s Third Energy Package, thus enabling further market liberalization. The new law envisages the unbundling, the reorganization of state-owned power utility ERS, introduces the status of a Full article available for subscribers of Energy NEWS service […]

Regulated electricity price to drop by 1.9 % as of 1 July – Romania, 29 June 2020

The price of electricity in the regulated market, which supplies 6 million customers in the household category, will be reduced by 1.9 % as of 1 July. According to the National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE), regulated prices of electricity supplied by the suppliers of last resort, which Full article available for subscribers of Energy […]

Bulgarian companies to enter free market as of 1 October – Bulgaria, 26 June 2020

According to the latest amendments to the Energy Law, Bulgarian companies will lose their right to buy electricity from the regulated market as of 1 October. These changes will affect about 300,000 companies. Between 30,000 and 50,000 companies are already in the free market, which means that abo Full article available for subscribers of Energy […]