March 26, 2023

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Electricity bills: new prices and list of companies

The electricity tariffs declared by suppliers for November are from 30 to 38% lower than in October.

At the level of 35-45 cents per kilowatt-hour (370-450 euros per megawatt-hour), as well as the largest companies in the sector just below the line of 40 cents / kWh, providers’ tariffs for November were formed, which was announced the day before.

As it became known, the majority of large (leading) electricity suppliers, including ΔΕΗthe price is at the level of 40 cents per kilowatt-hour (despite the fact that in October the price was from 56 to 70 cents per kilowatt-hour, and in September 68-80 cents).

In particular, electricity tariffs announced by suppliers for November are 30 to 38% lower than in October.

List of companies and prices:

  • Protergia 39.5 cents per kilowatt-hour (from 57.63).
  • Heron (Ήρων) 43.9 – 47 cents per kilowatt-hour (from 62 to 69.8).
  • Elpedison (Elpedison) 38-42 cents per kilowatt-hour (from 59.05 – 63.06).
  • NRG 37.5-41.5 cents per kilowatt-hour (from 57.9-59.9).
  • Watt&Volt 40.6 minutes per kilowatt hour (was 58.9).
  • Greek natural gas 35-36.2 cents per kilowatt hour.
  • Volterra (Volterra) 42.8 cents per kilowatt-hour (was 68.5).
  • Zenith (Zenith) 38.5 cents per kilowatt-hour (was 58.9).
  • Elin (Ελίν) 39.5 cents per kilowatt-hour (against 59.9 in October).

The tariff cuts reflect falling prices for natural gas and electricity on the stock exchange. The final payments for consumers will come after the announcement of government subsidies that will determine “net” prices for the population next week. However, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas said the subsidies would be adjusted accordingly, but covering the 90% price increase for households and 80% for businesses would continue.

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