The director of the state energy operator Vasko Kovachevski and his SDSM party leader and Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski brought Macedonia to a state of electricity shortage and uncertainty as to whether the companies will be able to pay for the electricity without laying off workers, VMRO-DPMNE spokesperson Marija Miteva said at a press conference on Saturday.
Miteva pointed out that the contract for the supply of electricity from Bulgaria, in the amount of about 5 gigawatts per day, at a price circulating in the public of 400 euros per megawatt hour, will cost Macedonia, that is, Macedonian companies, two million euros every day.
“This electricity, if it was produced in Macedonia, if REK Bitola and Oslomej worked at full capacity, would cost no more than 60 euros per megawatt hour, and in TPP Negotono no more than 170 euros per megawatt hour. That is, the electricity that Macedonia will buy from Bulgaria is three to six times higher in price,” said opposition spokesperson Miteva.
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