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In Ukraine, will Increase Tariffs on Cold Water - National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission

 Today, June 10, deputy director of the Department on regulation of relations in the field of centralized water supply and drainage of the National Commission for Regulation of the energy sector and public utilities Dmitry Solomka said in connection with the increase in electricity tariffs are also expected to increase tariffs on cold water - about 15%.

According to him, the main reason for the growth is the increase in electricity tariffs and the reduction of consumption volumes, which fell significantly in the last year.

At the same time, he noted that the revision of tariffs is planned.

"We are carefully studying the tariff structure, which our licensees provide us and do not allow anything superfluous", - the official assured.

Recall that on July 1, in Ukraine is expected to increase tariffs for thermal energy - up to 1043 UAH / Gcal.

Source: UNIAN

 
Posted by: Денис Рахуба, 2016-06-10 16:58:28 | comments

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