The role of the President of URE in the process of price and tariff setting in the electricity market10 August 2022
In the last quarter of each year, the regulator undertakes proceedings to approve electricity tariffs for the subsequent year, as calculated and submitted by distribution companies and last resort suppliers (members the PGE, Tauron, Enea and Energa Groups) providing services to the vast majority of electricity consumers in the country.
In the first quarter of 2022, the average selling price of electricity on the non-regulated market was 468.35 PLN/MWh13 July 2022
Q1 2022: OTC electricity price at its highest since 201013 July 2022
The average price of electricity sold by generators under bilateral (over-the-counter) contracts in the first quarter of 2022 was PLN 466.60/MWh, nearly 100 per cent higher than the average price one year earlier.
Electricity market: Europe is entering the next phase of single market integration11 July 2022
Charter for the Efficient Transformation of Poland’s Power Distribution Networks – another meeting of the Steering Committee chaired by the President of the Energy Regulatory Office07 June 2022
On 31 May, URE hosted another meeting of the Steering Committee of the Task Force established in October 2021 to work out a Common Agreement of the Sectoral Regulator and the Distribution Sector known as the “Charter for the Efficient Transformation of Poland’s Power Distribution Networks”.
Gas market: price of natural gas imported from EU countries hits a record in Q1 202207 June 2022
In the first quarter of 2022, the average price of natural gas purchased in EU countries exceeded PLN 439.26/MWh and was more than five times higher than a year earlier.