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Dec 23, 2022 17:28 EEST
December 23 (SeeNews) - Romania's energy regulator, ANRE, said it submitted to the government a request for the payment of some 7.7 billion lei ($1.66 billion/1.57 billion euro) in compensations to households and industrial consumers for high electricity costs.
The compensations will be paid out from the state budget on the basis of a set of support measures designed to fend off the steep rise in electricity and natural gas prices adopted by the government in March 2022, ANRE said in a press release on Thursday.
Out of the total amount requested for the period April 2022 - March 2023, 4.8 billion lei have to be paid to business customers, while 2.9 billion lei shall be paid to households.
(1 euro=4.902 lei)
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