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Between 10,000 and 20,000 companies have still not signed their electricity contract

2022-12-09T10:08:56.927Z

The president of the Energy Regulatory Commission asked latecomers to sign “by the end of the year”. A significant proportion of companies have still not signed an electricity contract less than three weeks from the end of the year, worried Emmanuelle Wargon, president of the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE ), at the microphone of Europe 1 on Friday morning. According to her, between 10,000 and 20,000 companies are in this situation. " By the end of the year, you must have signed your contracts



A significant proportion of companies have still not signed an electricity contract less than three weeks from the end of the year, worried Emmanuelle Wargon, president of the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE ), at the microphone of Europe 1 on Friday morning.

According to her, between 10,000 and 20,000 companies are in this situation.

"

By the end of the year, you must have signed your contracts

," she insisted.

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A month ago, the same message was hammered home by Emmanuelle Wargon in the columns of

Le Figaro

.

"We really need to sign now, or at the very least find a supplier and start discussions on the 2023 electricity contracts"

, she urged.

At the time, it was above all a question of benefiting from the very advantageous tariffs of nuclear electricity (Arenh) from suppliers, which is no longer possible.

There remain the various public aids which will reduce the bill for companies: depending on their size, the tariff shield or the shock absorber.

The president of CRE was reassuring about the risk of power cuts in the coming months.

"

We can spend the whole winter with enough electricity

", she said, insisting on the responsibility of companies and individuals, "

each on their own scale

".

The reality will be different in winter 2023-2024.

European gas supplies will probably be tighter next winter than this winter

,” warned Emmanuelle Wargon.

Source: lefigaro

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