Bruno Le Maire announces that 600,000 very small businesses will benefit from a tariff shield for electricity in 2023

Following a meeting with energy suppliers, Bruno Le Maire, the Minister of the Economy, assured Friday January 6 that very small businesses in France will not pay on average “no more than 280 euros per megawatt hour on average” in 2023. Suppliers have thus “responded very clearly to the firm request expressed by the President of the Republic”he added.

This guaranteed tariff, applicable from the January 2023 invoice, will be accessible to companies with fewer than ten employees who have renewed their electricity supply contract in the second half of 2022 and who do not benefit from the regulated sales tariff. According to Bruno Le Maire, 600,000 of the 2.1 million very small businesses in France are affected.

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