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December 7, 2022

Ruling coalition reaches agreement on capping and subsidizing energy prices starting January 1, 2023

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca declared on Thursday in Vicovu de Sus – northern Suceava County, that the governing coalition agreed on an electricity tariff for household customers of 0.68 RON/kWh for a monthly consumption below 100 kWh, 0.80 RON/kWh for a monthly consumption between 100 kWh and 255 kWh, and 1.3 RON/kWh for a monthly consumption over 255 kWh; the tariffs stay in effect for at least one year, starting January 1, 2023.

Nicolae Ciuca made these clarifications at the end of a meeting with representatives of the Suceava County local public administration.

He also specified that for SMEs the coalition agreed to maintain a tariff of 1 RON/kWh, while for large consumers the rate shall be 1.3 RON/kWh.

“All these technical elements will be included in a draft emergency ordinance,” Ciuca said, mentioning also that the measures announced will be applied for at least one year, starting from January 1 2023.


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