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Kočani municipality first to buy electricity on free market

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September 11, 2016

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From October 1, company Energy Delivery Solution (EDS) d.o.o. will supply the Municipality of Kočani with electricity, news agency MIA reported.

he distributor has been selected in tender procedure because it provided the most favourable conditions for electricity supply, according to the article the on municipal website.

Calculated with offered prices, the local government expects to reduce electricity costs by 30%, the article said. Thus the Municipality of Kočani becomes the first and so far the only one in the country that supplies with electricity on the free market. The procedure for entering the free electricity market is finished, as well as the withdrawing from EVN’s system, from which the municipality was supplied with electricity so far, the article adds.

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