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URE head on heating and electricity bills
October 10, 2017   
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Maciej Bando
Poland's regulated heating prices may go up by "several percent" in 2018 due to rising coal prices, while electricity trade tariffs are unlikely to "move drastically," Energy Regulatory Office (URE) head Maciej Bando tells daily Rzeczpospolita.
The renewable energy (OZE) component of the electricity distribution price may even drop due to recently cancelled green energy auctions worth PLN 23 billion, he goes on to say. URE does not rule out interventions on the green certificate market, Bando adds.
Energy group PGE should have to sell at least 30% of its total energy output on commodity exchange TGE following takeover of Polish assets of French peer EDF, the URE head comments on the recent decision of anti-trust authority UOKiK setting the threshold at 25%.
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