Energy distributor E.On Hungary to cut electricity prices by 3.4% as of 2010.

By bne IntelliNews December 16, 2009
Electricity distributor E.On Energiaszolgaltato would reduce retail electricity prices by 3.4% from the beginning of 2010, the company spokesman Istvan Kutas informed. He added that prices for small households and public institutions would be also cut by 3.1%. The set tariffs were in line with an issued resolution by the Hungarian Electricity Office (MEH).

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