Bytyqi: There must be a certain increase in electricity price


The possible increase of the value added tax (VAT) for electricity from 5 to 10 percent from January 1 next year is only one of the items in the final price determined by the Energy Regulatory Commission, but we are still far away from seeing all the parameters, and ERC to determine which and what the impact will be, assessed Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Economic Affairs Fatmir Bytyqi in a press briefing on Thursday.

“We are still calculating what the imputations mean for next year. That is why we have been taking measures for a year and a half so that the input in defining the price for the next year is not a blow to the citizens themselves,” Bytyqi said.

The Deputy PM reiterated that the Government offered electricity to EVN Home through ESM at a much lower subsidized price.

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