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 National Regulatory Commission intends to suspend gas recurring fee imposition on April 10

The National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission (NEURC) intends to suspend the imposition of a recurring fee for gas infrastructure exploitation at the meeting scheduled for April 10.

As reported by Censor.NET this is evidenced by the Commission meeting agenda for April 10.

The NEURC intends to consider suspending this decision in order to avoid overcharged gas bills.

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On March 28, NEURC (National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission) imposed tariffs on natural gas distribution as a payment for connection of private and industrial consumers to the supply system. New tariff is actually a recurring fee for connection to the gas supply system which is paid monthly based on the gas meter capacity regardless of the actual consumption. According to the Commission, such a recurring fee applied to the most common type of meter (G4, 54 percent of the total number of customers and about 80 percent of the country's total consumption) will amount to about 92 hryvnia (up to $3.5) per month.
 
 
 
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