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Angel Semerdzhiev, Chair of Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), has suggested that electricity prices are very likely to decrease by 1-2% from July 1, 2013. He argued that the reason for the anticipated price decrease was the reduction in the surcharge for electricity generated by high-efficiency combined-cycle power plants (CCPP) after the reduction of natural gas tariffs.
Semerdzhiev informed that the so-called green surcharge, which aims to stimulate the production of renewable electricity, would most probably remain unchanged, Novinite reports.
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