CMU has reduced electricity tariffs for household consumers down to 1.44 UAH/kWh

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (CMU) has reduced the tariff for electricity for Ukrainian households down to 1.44 UAH/kWh, with consumption up to 250 kWh per month. The tariff for monthly consumption of more than 250 kWh will be 1.68 UAH/kWh.

The new rules will take effect from October 1, 2021, as announced by the press center of the CMU on August 11, 2021.

"At the initiative of President Volodymyr Zelensky, the electricity tariff for Ukrainain households consuming less than 250 kW per month will be reduced to 1.44 UAH/kWh. The Head of Government noted that for households with a monthly consumption of more than 250 kilowatts, the electricity tariff will remain unchanged, "the statement reads

. The corresponding decision was announced at the CMU’sa meeting on August 11, 2021.

According to Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko, about 80% of Ukrainian households consume less than 250 kWh per month.

14:15 / 11 August 2021

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