While companies have been suffering for months from the rise in the price of gas and electricity, the government continues to deploy its aid, which amounts to billions of euros.
After the introduction of the "electricity buffer" in January 2023 (a device by which the State covers half the price of the megawatt hour for companies not eligible for the tariff shield), Olivia Grégoire, Minister Delegate in charge of SMEs, announced last week on RMC, the opening this Monday, March 20 of the help desk for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) – those with fewer than 250 employees – to process invoices for January and February.
Bruno Le Maire announced in December the extension of this system.
This comes in addition to the shock absorber and concerns SMEs that justify an increase in electricity expenditure of at least 3% of turnover in 2021 and more than 50% compared to 2021. The State then undertakes to compensate part of these…
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