Economic Chamber: Companies look for ways to save themselves from a future price shock


The state should also support the companies that are on the free electricity market, and not leave them to fend for themselves and solve their own problems. If the state does not give them specific guarantees by June, the companies should unite and procure electricity by themselves, it was ordered by the special session of the Management Board of the Economic Chamber of North Macedonia.
As the head of the Economic Chamber Branko Azeski pointed out, if they had not trusted the Government last year and the companies had joined together and procured electricity, it would have cost them 118 euros per megawatt hour on average. He demanded that the Government finally be held accountable and announced that one of the possibilities available to the companies is to claim compensation for the damages they suffered from unfulfilled government promises through the courts.

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