According to Serbian newspapers, state-owned power utility EPS has sent a letter to its customers in the category of small and medium enterprises (SME) which consume up to 350 GWh of electricity per year, informing them that the price of electricity will be increase as of 1 January 2018.
In the letter EPS explained that the increase is in line with the policy of defining price of electricity and the situation in the market. The new price of electricity in a higher tariff for two-tariff meters will increase to 55.84 euros/MWh, while the price in lower tariff will be 35.41 euros/MWh. New price for consumers with one-tariff meters will be 50.26 euros/MWh. All prices are without VAT.
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Tags: electricity, electricity price, EPS, Serbia