In 2023, network tariffs for enterprises increased by ten to twenty percent simultaneously in 21 regions of Russia, exceeding the all-Russian indexation level. Kommersant provides information on this.
The maximum level for all Russia is nine percent. The highest growth (20 percent) occurred in the Republic of Mordovia.
High and medium voltage tariffs in the Kemerovo and Sverdlovsk regions increased by 18 percent. In the Novgorod region – by 16-19 percent. In the Novosibirsk, Perm and Astrakhan regions, growth was almost 16 percent.
Among the reasons, experts point to high inflation, the need to compensate for deficits in accumulated income and the prohibition of increased customs duties for the population. Analysts estimate the burden on commercial consumers at 18 percent, that is, 95 billion rubles.
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