MPs at first reading: Small businesses enter free electricity market
All non-household consumers, regardless of the amount of electricity they consume, will become part of the free electricity market on October 1. This has been decided by the National Assembly at first reading. The BSP abstained and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms expressed concern about the social impact.
All business customers will have to leave the regulated electricity market, including those with consumption of up to 30 kilowatts. The change will affect about 300,000 consumers, including grocery stores, workshops, and restaurants.