Nuclearelectrica, biggest supplier of electricity in 2013

Newsroom 24/03/2014 | 12:35

Nuclearelectrica supplied the largest quantity of electricity to the population out of all the suppliers in 2013, according to a report regarding energy tariffs conducted by The National Authority for Energy Regulation (ANRE).

The energy market consumed a total of 15.3 TWh in 2013, with Nuclearelectrica supplying nearly a third of this quantity, specifically 5.3 TWh, at a price of RON 142 / MWh. The price is the second highest on the regulated market. The cheapest energy, at RON 125 / MWh, was supplied by Hidroelectrica. In total, the hydropower producer provided 3.9 TWh for both the population and companies.

The next energy producer in line is CE Oltenia, with a total quantity of 2.4 TWh supplied, at a price of RON 190/MWh. The OMV Petrom power station in Brazi delivered another 1.5 TWh, at RON 169 / MWh. Elcen comes in 5th with 1.2 TWh, at RON 189 / MWh.

The top ten energy producers in 2013 is completed with CE Hunedoara, Termica Suceava, Electrocentrale Oradea, CET Bacau, CET Arad, CET Govora, RAAN Drobeta Turnu-Severin and CET Arad.

The National Uranium Company will merge with Nuclearelectrica

The Delegate Minister for Energy announced on Saturday that The National Uranium Company (CNU) will merge with the top electricity supplier.

“One of the things that I am concerned about is that we don’t depend on others in the end for Uranium. We will begin an assimilation project for CNU and Nuclearelectrica. Romania is the only EU country with a complete nuclear cycle, we don’t depend on anybody”, Razvan Nicolescu Explained.

The minister added that CNU will undergo a restructuring process.

“I’ve asked for a plan to reduce costs by 10-15 percent, but it will become a part of Nuclearelectrica. I want to keep the nuclear cycle complete, just like we have it now”, Nicolescu added.

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