Director of AD MEPSO Kushtrim Ramadani said Tuesday that the company demanded an almost double increase in the price for the transmission of electricity.
“We asked for a price increase. But, when we see that the share of MEPSO in the account paid by end customers is around 3.5 percent, ie in one account of 1,000 denars for MEPSO they pay only 35 denars. All transmission bill revenues are invested in the right place because we have transmission lines that are from the 50s and 60s and need to be modernized. We demanded an almost double increase. If so far they pay 35 denars on an account of 1,000 denars, we have now asked them to pay 60-70 denars,” said Ramadani.
He pointed out that the Energy Regulatory Commission has the last say on this issue.