France spoke about plans to set a ceiling on gas prices in Europe

PARIS, Sep 14 – PRIME. France wants, together with the European Commission, to work out the installation of a gas price ceiling in Europe before the end of the year, Prime Minister Elisabeth Born said at a press conference.

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“Yesterday I spoke with the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. We decided to revise the rules for regulating electricity prices, this work is moving forward. We also want to work together to set a gas price ceiling on the European market by the end of the year,” Born said. .

In addition, she said that according to market forecasts, the price of gas in 2023 will be five times higher than its price in 2021, and the price of electricity will be 10 times higher.

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Earlier, French media reported that the wholesale price of electricity in France will reach a record high in 2023, exceeding the mark of 1,000 euros per megawatt-hour – 1,000% more than a year earlier.

The French government on Wednesday announced new measures to combat rising energy prices after the end of measures taken this year to limit gas and electricity price increases to 4% until the end of December 2022.


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