New information on energy savings is available


In the first three months of this year, GEN-I household consumers reduced their consumption of natural gas and electricity by 13% and 1%, respectively, compared to the same period last year. This is why our consumers have received a EUR 26 discount for natural gas and a EUR 1 discount for electricity on their invoices for the second time this year. 

Here at GEN-I, we have an ambitious, socially responsible goal to promote economic energy consumption among household consumers and achieve a 10% total reduction in consumption of energy sources compared to the previous year. Consumers can read some tried and tested advice for energy savings on the Moj GEN-I portal. By taking those pieces of advice into consideration, they can reduce their consumption, thus also reducing the amount charged on their invoices. 


Consume less energy today to save more tomorrow.


Notice on electricity price regulation and exemption from RES and CHP contributions

The Decree according to which 90% of the monthly electricity consumption will remain regulated and the remaining 10% will be charged according to the price list as well as the Decree on the exemption from the RES and CHP contribution will enter into force.

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New electricity tariffs for household customers

With effect from 1 January 2024, the electricity tariffs and the terms and conditions of the regular price list for household customers, which is called the Regular Electricity Price List for Household Customers, will be amended as explained below.

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New tariff for the self-supply of household customers

With effect from 1 January 2024, the change in the electricity tariff on the regular electricity price list, which is called the Regular Electricity Price List for Self-Supply of Household Customers, and that involves a change of the price of the monthly fee and the application of a reduced monthly fee when taking advantage of the ECO discount for electronic billing if you choose to receive an electronic bill, will come into force.

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