The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) publishes on its website a list of electricity suppliers who hold licenses for electricity trading issued by the regulator and a license for coordinators of balancing groups.
The purpose of the list is to provide information to the small business consumers connected to the low voltage electricity distribution network, which are currently supplied with electricity from the regulated market. The amendments to the Energy Act of June 2020 introduce an obligation for all business consumers to enter the liberalized market from October 1, 2020. This means that even the smallest businesses such as shops, cafes, law firms, etc. will have conclude a supply contract with an electricity trader on the liberalized market. More information about entering the free market and what small consumers can expect from it HERE
The published List of Licensed Electricity Traders allows these new customers to contact a trader of their choice. The list includes information about the name of the legal entity, contact details, website, e-mail, as well as explanatory description how to request an offer.
The list of electricity traders is published on the EWRC website: https://www.dker.bg/bg/spisk-na-litsenzirani-trgovtsi-na-elektricheska-energiya-na-svobodniya-pazar.html
At the end of the year EWRC is expected to launch Price comparison tool for comparing electricity tariffs on the liberalized market.