New (higher) gas and electricity prices

The Energy Agency has announced new electricity and gas prices for households that will be effective from January 1 next year.

Thus, electricity will cost an average of 12.40 dinars per kilowatt-hour (kWh), taxes and fees included, while a kWh of delivered gas, also with included taxes and fees, will be 4.5 dinars.

The Agency points out that even after these corrections, the average price of natural gas for public supply in Serbia, excluding fees and taxes, is still one of the lowest in Europe. At the request of JP Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), the Energy Agency gave its consent to the decision on the price of electricity for guaranteed supply.

“The average price of electricity for customers who have the right to guaranteed supply at regulated prices (households and small customers), determined on the basis of the maximum approved income and estimated quantities of electricity for sale to customers on guaranteed supply, amounts to 8.79 dinars per kWh, taxes and fees not included, that is, 12.40 dinars per kWh with taxes and fees, which is an 8% increase,” the Energy Agency announced.

As a reminder, the current price of a kilowatt-hour of electricity is 8.14 dinars, taxes and fees not included. As of January 2023, 1 kWh will cost 0.65 dinars more.

(, 29.11.2022)

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