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Enefit is a professional partner for energy topics

Request the proposal and receive it in the nearest time. Our experts in the energy market will consult you and provide advice.

1. Request a quote

With Enefit you will get stable fixed price for a period of your choice

2. Tariff types

Tie the price to future markets or the spot market

3. Open market

In the open market buyers can choose between sellers and negotiate prices

4. Switching

The procedure for switching to Enefit is simple and quick

Information for natural gas market participants

The Latvian natural gas market opens on the 3rd of April of this year, which enables every consumer to choose the best solution for purchasing natural gas.

Given that currently the laws and regulations related to trade in natural gas as well as agreements which are necessary for the performance of natural gas trade operations in the territory of Latvia have not yet been approved, proposing specific offers by Enefit for legal entities will commence in the beginning of May. The legislation provides a transitional period until the 1st of July 2017, therefore, we would like to call on everyone to use this period for the active studying and evaluation of options in the purchase of natural gas.

In the event you are interested and wish to become one of the first who receive an offer from Enefit for trade in natural gas or consultations about gas for your company, please fill out the questionnaire below and we will contact you!

Enefit is an open market energy seller servicing Latvia since 2006. It is a subsidiary of Eesti Energia, the largest energy producer in the Baltic States. Operating independently of external energy resource suppliers, Eesti Energia is the only Baltic energy producer in control of its entire energy production value chain.
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2017 – a new start for the Latvian energy sector

Jānis Bethers, Chairman of the Board of the energy company Enefit
2017 will be a year of culmination for the Latvian energy sector, because while no pivotal new developments are anticipated, several important processes begun last year will come to fruition. We will finally witness the opening of the natural gas market, in addition to which work has started on the implementation in practice of the requirements laid down in the Energy Efficiency Directive and, during the second half of the year, it is likely that the closing act in the saga of the differentiation of the Mandatory Procurement Component (MPC) will be played out. This will be a year characterised by a new stage of development in the Latvian energy sector and concurrently a test for consumers and all industry players, challenging their abilities to adapt to rapid changes. More »