Serbia Spends EUR 1.5 bln on Import of Electricity and Gas

Energy Trade

So far, Serbia has spent EUR 1.5 billion on the import on electricity and gas, Minister of Energy Zorana Mihajlović said on TV Happy according to a report by Ekapija.

She said that the situation in energy was dramatic in the whole Europe and that the price of electrical energy in markets was EUR 563 per megawatt-hour, whereas it was EUR 90 the year before.

Mihajlović also said that Serbia still had the lowest price of electricity in Europe and that the price increase of 6.5% will make for a difference per bill of RSD 250 to 320 (EUR 2.13-EUR 2.99). 

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