Greek electricity companies announce lower tariffs in March

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In March, electricity companies in Greece announced major reduced tariffs starting at 8.1 cents per kilowatt hour for "green" tariffs.

The reductions result from the decline in international prices and the prices set on the Energy Exchange, as well as the competition between companies following the introduction of the special (green) and other tariff categories.

The average electricity price in February was 73.61 euros per megawatt hour, down from 93.92 euros in January.

In particular, the prices for March, as posted on the website of the Regulatory Authority, are as follows:

-ELINOIL 8.182 cents per kilowatt hour.

-Elpedison 9.898 cents per kilowatt hour for the first 100 kilowatt hours and 10.76 cents per kilowatt hour for the rest.

-Solar Energy 10.27 cents per kilowatt hour.

-Heron 10.304 cents per kilowatt hour.

-Volton 10.306 cents per kilowatt hour.

-Zenith 10.467 cents per kilowatt hour.

- Protergia 10.776 cents per kilowatt hour.

-PPC 10.826 cents per kilowatt hour up to 500 kilowatt hours and 11.907 after that.

-Natural Gas Hellenic Energy Company 11.165 cents per kilowatt hour.

-We Energy 11.23 cents per kilowatt hour.

-NRG 11.5 cents per kilowatt hour.

-Volterra 11.5 cents per kilowatt hour.

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