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Ukrenergo initiates increase in electricity transmission tariff for 2023 by 84% to UAH 636.17 per MWh
KYIV. Sept 22 (Interfax-Ukraine) – PrJSC NPC Ukrenergo initiates an increase in the electricity transmission tariff for 2023 relative to the current one by 84%, to UAH 636.17 per MWh and the tariff for services for dispatching (operational and technological) management by 234%, to UAH 207.63 per MWh.
This follows from the report published on the company’s website and the justification regarding the need to make changes to the structure of both tariffs for 2023.
"To receive comments and suggestions from interested parties, including executive authorities and local self-government, we ask to provide comments and suggestions," Ukrenergo said in the report.
As follows from the rationale, the key reasons for the need to increase the electricity transmission tariff next year are price changes for water supply and drainage, an increase in the physical volume of work in connection with the armed aggression of the Russian Federation and the cost of these works, an increase in the cost of raw materials and materials, an increase in the price of fuel, an increase in spending on capital investments, an increase in the forecast exchange rates of the dollar and euro against the hryvnia with a simultaneous increase in the cost of PSO for green generation.
In turn, the increase in the tariff for dispatching services is due, in particular, to an increase in the cost of tertiary control, an increase in the U.S. dollar and euro against the hryvnia, an increase in the emergency stock of Ukrenergo, an increase in capital investment costs, an increase in the costs of the services of a settlement administrator and an administrator commercial accounting, price changes for water supply and drainage.