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FAS has calculated electricity tariffs for 2022

FAS has calculated electricity tariffs for 2022
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The Federal Antimonopoly Service has calculated electricity tariffs for the population for 2022. The payment for light for each region can grow up to 5% or to the level of the marginal index of the rise in the cost of utilities, if it is higher than 5%.

As the "Russian newspaper", FAS explained that tariffs in the electric power industry are regulated at the federal and regional levels, and they cannot be higher or lower than the limit values. The final cost is formed by the regions, but if violations of the limit levels are detected, then the decisions of the regions are canceled.

The most expensive electricity in the second half of 2022 may be in Chukotka - the maximum tariff level allowed by the FAS is 9,27 rubles per kilowatt there. High tariffs are predicted in Yakutia (7,23 rubles), as well as in the Kamchatka Territory (7,29 rubles). The lowest tariffs can be set in the Irkutsk region (at least 1,27 rubles per kilowatt).

 

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