(AOF) – Due to the exceptional freezing measures taken by the government, the regulated tariffs for the sale of natural gas by Engie remain identical to those in force on October 1, 2021. The Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) indicates that, if the usual pricing formula had been applied, it would have resulted, compared to the theoretical scale of November 2021, in an average increase on December 1, 2021 of 20.8% excluding tax, or 19.10% including tax.
The average level of regulated sales tariffs on December 1, 2021 would have been 46.5% above tax, or 41.9% including tax, compared to the level in force set on October 1.
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