All companies that are under low voltage from the next regulatory period will be taken to the free market. This will be the first step. The second is related to phasing out the free market and households, perhaps with a rate that goes to the free market. This was told by journalists the Chairman of the National Assembly Energy Committee Valentin Nikolov. "By the end of the year, we will be submitting a bill for the exit of all companies to the free market, we will would like a debate and we will see, we will face if some of the household accounts do not go to the free market."
Nikolov specified that it is foreseen at least by the end of the year to be organized and held a debate on this issue and the legal changes to be made by the end of the year so that they will come into force on 1 July 2020. There may also be a grace period for companies to adapt. Another part of the changes to be made is related to the abolition of the cold capacity mechanism and the introduction of a capacities system. "We think that by the end of this year the debate about the capacity mechanism has passed and that we will move from cold reserve to capacity mechanism," explained Valentin Nikolov.