The Latvian Economics Ministry has prepared a proposal to compensate the poor for growing electricity costs in relation to the changes in the electricity distribution tariff that will take effect in August this year.
The Latvian Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (SPRK) in early May approved inclusion of a fixed component or the connection charge in the electricity distribution tariff of Sadales Tikls, the electric power distribution subsidiary of the state-owned electricity utility Latvenergo. The company said it wanted customers t...
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