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News tagged with „Energy pricing policy“

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February 2013

05.02.2013 – ZEW (ffl/kbo)

Energy Prices for Major Customers Remain Stable Until Mid-2013

Major customers such as industrial companies, huge business enterprises, municipalities, and other final consumers demanding large amounts of energy can expect stable prices for electricity, oil, natural gas, and coal in the next six months. In the next five years, however, a rise in energy prices on a large scale lies ahead. This is the result of the ZEW Energy Market Barometer (ZEW Energiemarktbarometer), a survey conducted by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). Every six months, some 200 experts from the energy sector give an assessment on the short- and medium-term trends of energy prices for major customers. The current survey was conducted at the end of 2012 (see end of the press release). read more

February 2012

08.02.2012 – ZEW (nwo/kbo)

ZEW Energy Market Barometer - Major Customers Can Expect Rather Stable Energy Prices Until Mid-2012

Major customers do not have to fear an increase of energy prices until mid-2012. But, within the horizon of five years, a rise in energy prices for industrial companies, larger industrial units, municipalities, and other final customers who demand electricity, oil, natural gas, and coal on a large scale is almost certain. These are the findings of a survey by the ZEW Energy Market Barometer among 200 experts from the energy sector, who have been asked to give an assessment on the short- and medium-term trends of energy prices for major customers at the end of 2011. read more


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