Guest contributor Emanuele Facchinetti discusses the changing realities of energy utility companies in the context of the energy transitions towards distributed low-carbon energy systems
Tag: Utility companies
Hungarian PM announces a further 10% cut in utility costs: three questions
In Hungary, the price of imported natural gas – the most common fuel for domestic space heating – has been a key factor determining the affordability of household energy services during the 2000s. If in the first half of the decade its price increased at a relatively slow pace, above inflation rate and below the rate of increase of salaries and pensions, this situation changed drastically in 2006.