Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) said that the government would review the matter in a week.
Earlier Aseradens said that residents' payments for the mandatory procurement component would decrease by at least 13% by using part of Latvenergo's 2017 profit, €78.9 million, for the purpose.
The changes could come into force on July 1, the minister said.
The mandatory procurement component is a fundamental macroeconomic mistake that has affected the entire nation, said Aseradens.
The component is the part of the electricity price used to subsidize green energy producers.