Up to 10 per cent more for electricity

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ELECTRICITY has gone up by three per cent at the start of 2013, but users will be paying between six and 10 per cent more on their bills.

The need to put up prices is due to the €1.95 billion deficit which the Ministry of Industry reported recently, and which it aims to reduce to zero.

From now on, clients will be able to contract a wattage which fits the needs of their home and will be provided at an average, pre-agreed price.

Bills will be based on the consumer’s use of electricity, and if they use more than average, they will be made to pay 10 per cent extra.  This will affect consumers with low tension power of between three and 10 KW.

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