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Electricity tariffs were recalculated to consumers of the Far Eastern Federal District

Electricity tariffs were recalculated to consumers of the Far Eastern Federal District
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Electricity tariffs were recalculated to consumers in the Far East. The total payment in 2022 will for the first time decrease by about 4,3 billion rubles - by 11% compared to 2021.

As the Kommersant With reference to the preliminary calculations of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, the total payment of the wholesale energy market for an artificial reduction in electricity tariffs for businesses in the Far East could amount to almost 34 billion rubles. The market will pay about three billion rubles a month through a special premium to the capacity price.

The mechanism for reducing tariffs for commercial consumers in the Far East was launched in 2017 - the difference between the economically justified and the actual tariff is covered by the business of the rest of Russia. The Cabinet of Ministers decided to phase out subsidies gradually: from 2022, tariffs will increase for a number of commercial consumers in the Far Eastern Federal District, including mining companies and budgetary organizations.

The subsidy for the Magadan region next year may be reduced to ten million rubles, for Sakhalin - to 2,4 billion rubles. The surcharge for Yakutia will decrease by 3,6% and amount to 11,4 billion rubles, for Kamchatka it will decrease by 11,5% (8,68 billion rubles), for Chukotka it will grow by 1% (8,53 billion rubles).

The list of regions that receive subsidies will increase: in 2022, Primorye (138,46 million rubles), Khabarovsk Territory (2,57 billion rubles) and Buryatia (3,36 billion rubles) can receive a premium.

The average basic tariff in Kamchatka will be 6,14 rubles per 1 kWh, in Chukotka - 5,87 rubles, in the Khabarovsk Territory - 6,08 rubles, in Yakutia - 5,86 rubles, in the Primorsky Territory - 6,06 rubles, in Kolyma - 5,87 rubles, in Sakhalin - 5,94 rubles.

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