Parliament motion on changes to the Energy Law aimed at preventing price hike


Macedonian Parliament forwarded Tuesday the motion on changes to the energy law, aimed at reducing the electricity price as of July 1. It will be debated later in the day by the Committee for Economic Affairs, Labor and Energy Policy and the Legislative Committee.
Prime Minister Hristijan Mickoski, before his election as head of government, and MPs Bojan Stojanovski, Toni Jarevski and Marija Miteva from the ranks of VMRO-DPMNE submitted the amendment to the Law on Energy in order to prevent an increase in electricity prices as of July 1. The Law should prevent an upward trend in the electricity price in the next six months, and starting January 2025, the price of electricity should be reduced for both households and industry. With the submitted proposal, the electricity price will not go up for the first and second groups of consumers, while for the third and fourth tariff groups the increase will be from 1 to 2 percent.

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