Free electricity market, first and foremost, ensures that consumers are allowed to choose independent electricity providers and, potentially, acquire electricity at a lower price. It is now important to see if Lithuanian businesses, whose only concern up to now was to pay their electricity bills on time, will take advantage of the opportunities presented by the free market. The research shows that only 6% of small and medium businesses in Lithuania have enough information about the free electricity market.
Odeta Tručinskaitė-Šiušienė, senior associate of TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE, explores how the free electricity market works in the article published by a monthly business magazine “Valstybė”.
Click here to read the publication (in Lithuanian language).