Energy sales tariffs will fall by 31.3% in 2024. compared to 2023 – from PLN 1,076.7 to PLN 739.3. However, this does not mean a reduction in your bills.
The President of the Energy Regulatory Office, Rafał Gawin, approved the tariffs for the sale of so-called energy. ex officio sellers and the largest distribution companies: PGE Obrót, Tauron Głos, Enea and Energa Obrót. The regulator also approved tariffs for the five largest energy distributors (DSOs): PGE, Tauron, Enea, Energa and Stoen Operator.
Electricity tariffs. Will we pay less for energy?
Energy sales tariffs will fall by 31.3% in 2024. compared to 2023 – from PLN 1,076.7 to PLN 739.3. On Friday, the President of the Energy Regulatory Office also approved the tariff for 2024 of the largest retail gas seller – PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny. The tariff will drop by 34%. compared to the applicable one.
However, this does not mean that we will pay less for electricity.
– Please remember that the tariffs approved for 2023 were not applied to settlements with customers, because after the so-called statutory price freeze, this year they pay PLN 412/MWh up to certain energy consumption limits, and above these limits PLN 693/MWh – explains Rafał Gawin, President of the Energy Regulatory Office.
He added that “the tariffs for 2024 approved today are lower than those for 2023, but this does not mean a reduction in the accounts of recipients subject to the price freeze, including tariffed ones.”
– The parliament has completed work on the act that extends the freezing of energy and gas prices for the first six months of 2024 at the level applicable in 2023. This act is currently waiting for the president’s signature – explained Rafał Gawin.
The President of the Energy Regulatory Office added that “the entry into force of these regulations will mean no changes to consumers’ bills until the end of June 2024 – because the maximum prices contained in the Act of October 7, 2022 on special solutions for the protection of electricity consumers in 2023 will continue to apply.” year due to the situation on the electricity market.