The national Commission for regulation in energy and utilities (NKREKU) plans from January 1, 2020 to raise tariffs NEK Ukrenergo for electricity transmission and dispatching. About it reports “Interfax-Ukraine”.
The cost of transmission of electricity will increase by 36% (to 158,28 UAH/MWh), and the tariff for dispatch (operational and technical control) by 24% to 9.94 UAH/MWh. the Relevant draft resolutions included in the agenda of the Commission meeting on November 19.
The tariff for electricity transmission is justified by the rising costs for the purchase of company electricity for compensation of technological losses (by 21.2%), as well as the costs of labour and simonopetra.
In addition, one of the main factors of growth of tariff for transmission of electricity called the projected increase in operating costs (67%). In particular, we are talking about the higher costs of certification of objects, state registration of property rights on real estate, production of registration certificates.
In the submitted project is proposed to take into account the increase in material costs (10%), depreciation (14%) and expense income (1.2 percent).
The project takes into account projected for the next year the growth in electricity consumption by 16.6%, which acts as a compensating factor when determining the amount of the tariff. Additional expansion is also a decrease of 8.9% of expenditures for “specific commitments to provide public interest” and a decrease of 5% fireshadow.
In turn, an increase of 24% of tariff for dispatching based on the increased costs of wages and deductions for simirarily, for services administrator’s calculations and the administrator of commercial accounting, depreciation, purchase of ancillary services for regulating frequency and power operating expenses.
We will remind, on November 16 the Cabinet of Ministers lifted restrictions on the growth of tariffs for heating and hot water.
Previously, “Country” wrote that the DTEK offers from 1 January 2020, with consumption up to 100 kWh/month of electrical energy to raise the tariff by 86.7%.