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17. ACER: Gas Consumers Finally Start to Benefit from Lower Wholesale Energy Prices09.11.2016   15:06 
Many EU energy consumers are finally beginning to reap the benefits of the single energy market in terms of lower prices. The average household gas bill decreased by 4.2% in 2015, compared to the previous year, according to the latest Market Monitoring Report presented today in Brussels by the EU Agency
18. Many Sellers and a Single Buyer27.06.2016    
Talking about liberalization, we usually direct our attention toward the ability of end consumers to switch their suppliers. As discussed during the last ten years, households and small businesses are the last customer segment that finally got its right (not only in legal, but also in technical terms)
19. Cross-Subsidies – the Archenemy of Liberalization10.06.2016    
The government started discussing a new measure for tackling energy poverty: low-priced tariff blocks for energy-poor households. The initial plan is to have them for about five years until the full liberalization of the market is a fact. However, there is one strong enemy of the liberalization, which
20. Electricity Consumers in Turkey to Pay for Grid Losses06.06.2016   14:25 
A government-backed bill that will force consumers to pay for leakage and losses in electricity and will annul several environmental and agricultural regulations in a bid to ease investment conditions for power plant construction was accepted by Parliament’s General Assembly early June 4 despite
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17.09.2020  Boyana Achovski, General Secretary of the international organization Gas Infrastructure
In both short and long term, gas will continue being part of the energy mix of Southeastern Europe
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