Ophélie Artaud 08h53, September 15, 2023

On Thursday, the Electricity Regulatory Commission estimated that it could propose a further increase of 10 to 20% in regulated tariffs on February 1. A possibility that Bruno Le Maire immediately rejected. Invited to the "Grande Interview", the Minister of Energy Transition Agnès Pannier-Runacher confirmed: "the price of electricity will not increase by more than 10% over the whole of 2024".

Will the electricity bill of the French increase again next year? After a first price increase of 15% last February, and a second, of 10%, in August, the Electricity Regulatory Commission (CRE) estimated that it could propose a new increase of 10 to 20% of regulated tariffs on February 1st. This was immediately excluded by the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire. Guest of the Grande Interview of Europe 1 - Cnews this Friday, the Minister of Energy Transition Agnès Pannier-Runacher returned to this possible new increase. And she assures him: "the price of electricity will not increase by more than 10% over the whole of 2024".

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