Which electricity consumer can be deemed to be subconsumer and what is the electricity tariff paid by such consumer?

A subconsumer is a natural or legal person whose electricity installations are connected to the electricity installations of a consumer, with which he has concluded an electricity supply contract. The consumer is entitled to transfer electricity to the subconsumer only with the supplier's prior written consent, in strict compliance with the Regulation on electricity supply and use. The subconsumer has no relation with the electricity supplier; the supplier shall not interfere in the relations between the consumer and the subconsumer. The contract concluded between the consumer and the subconsumer shall provide the cost per kWh, which consists of the tariff approved by ANRE, to which the consumer may add a fee for the partial coverage of expenses related to the operation of electricity installations owned and the technological consumption.