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Insight into India’s electricity regulation and the road ahead
At the sixth EU-India smart grid forum, Professor Jean-Michel Glachant, Director-Florence School of Regulation interviewed Mr P K Pujari, Chairman – Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, India. Watch them discuss some of the recent challenges in the Indian electricity sector and how the Indian regulator is working towards making the regulatory ecosystem and framework ready to face these challenges as well as extract maximum value from them. Some of the key aspects include: · The Indian regulator views the disruption arising from the rapid innovation, decentralisation and digitalisation as an inevitable and important challenge. It is essential to keep up-to-date with the current issues by exchanging ideas with other countries, identifying best practices and applying them keeping in mind national context. · India is transitioning towards unbundling of the retail and distribution network functions (content and carriage unbundling). Currently, the process of amending the electricity act to enable this unbundling is being carried out. · In recent times, competition (tariff-based competitive bidding) has been introduced in the construction of transmission lines in India. Several private players are now involved in the building of transmission lines, and if applicable, a government-owned corporate entity constructs the lines that are deemed urgent, strategic or of national importance on a cost-plus basis. · India already has two power exchanges with day-ahead markets and is currently developing intra-day markets.
Bangladesh Electricity Regulation and Tariff
This is the concluding part of the program on ATN Bangla-ATN Business & Finance on 2nd of January 2013. 02-01-2013_1.mpg
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Electricity tariffs go up by 2.1%
Electricity power tariffs have once again moved up by 2.1% across board for domestic consumers, commercial as well industrial users effective this month. According to the Electricity Regulatory Authority, Domestic consumers will now pay 544.9/= per unit up from 531/=, which applied in the ending 1st quarter of the year. We have more in the following report. For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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How is my energy tariff calculated under a price cap?
Energy price caps are here to ensure you pay a fairer price for your gas and electricity, and to protect against overcharging. Find out about the caps set in Great Britain for prepayment, standard variable and default energy tariffs. For more on how you could benefit see: www.ofgem.gov.uk/energy-price-caps.
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Rwanda utilities regulator announces new electricity tariffs
Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority has announced new electricity tariffs which take effect from today. These tariffs replace the previous ones which were set on 1st January 2017. CNBC Africa is joined by Patrick Nyirishema, Director General of Rura for more. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Designing retail electricity tariffs for a successful Energy Union
http://www.raponline.org/event/designing-electricity-tariffs-for-successful-energy-union/ Effective electricity network tariff design is a powerful tool in the regulator’s toolbox as Europe strives to make energy more secure, sustainable, and affordable. Yet ineffective designs, such as fixed monthly charges, are on the rise in Europe. This is a disconcerting trend, as policy should support, rather than impede, the least-cost transition to clean energy. Network costs are a significant part of consumers’ bills. Implementing “smart” tariffs that recognise how much, when, and where consumers use the grid will empower them to make informed choices and lower their energy bills, while helping power network companies make better use of existing infrastructure and avoid unnecessary investment. In a webinar held on 31 January 2018, Christos Kolokathis and Andreas Jahn, co-authors of the paper "Cleaner, Smarter, Cheaper: Network tariff design for a smart future" (http://www.raponline.org/knowledge-center/cleaner-smarter-cheaper-network-tariff-design-for-a-smart-future/) delved into the principles of smart tariff design, including: -- Real-life examples of smart tariff designs; -- Appropriate tariff design for different consumer classes; and -- Incentivising judicious investment in grid infrastructure to the benefit of all stakeholders. Smart tariff design can support the EU goal of providing “a fair deal for consumers” in the Energy Union.
Energy regulatory commission reviews tariffs to accommodate more households and reduce cost of power
Domestic households and SME's using less than 100kwh are set to breathe a sigh of relief as the energy regulatory commission reviews tariffs to accommodate more households and reduce cost of power. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more great videos: https://www.youtube.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KTNNews Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KTNNewsKenya For more great content go to http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktnnews and download our apps: http://std.co.ke/apps/#android KTN News is a leading 24-hour TV channel in Eastern Africa with its headquarters located along Mombasa Road, at Standard Group Centre. This is the most authoritative news channel in Kenya and beyond.
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Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission hikes power tariffs
The Delhi residents will have to shell out more to purchase electricity as the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) hiked power tariff by 8.32% in the nation capital on Thursday. DERC chairman, PD Sudhakar said that the hike is marginal and the effect will be very minimal on domestic consumers. "The hike is marginal and the effect will be very minimal on domestic consumers," he said. According to new rates, people who are consuming 200 unit power will have to pay 10 paise additional per unit. Those consumer whose consumption falls between 201 to 400 units, will pay now additional 15 paise per unit.
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Nersa announces 9.4% electricity tariff increase
National Energy Regulator (Nersa) has announced a 9.4 percent electricity tariff hike for this year at a media conference in Pretoria. Cash strapped power monopoly Eskom had requested a 15 percent increment. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Electricity Regulatory Commission's Chairman Insists New Tariff Is Fair - Part 1
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has asked the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to substantiate its claims of arbitrary increase in electricity tariff as well as its accusation of the commission for including fixed charges as a component in the new electricity tariff. The NERC, which responded to comments attributed to the President of NLC, Abdulwaheed Omar, in which he chastised the commission for increasing electricity tariff without commensurate improvement in supply, stated that the new tariff as contained in the Multi Year Tariff Order (MYTO-2) was fair, reasonable and necessary to guarantee continuous improvement in electricity supply to Nigerians. The Chairman of NERC, Sam Amadi in an interview with Channels Television said the regulatory agency had initiated MYTO-2 with cautious and wide-reaching consultation with extant socio-economic stakeholders, including the NLC.
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Why 7% power factor incentives, power,energy, and new MERC tariff 2018#powerfactor #kvarhleading
WHY 7% FIGURE FOR INCENTIVES. For new billing system directly forward video to 19.30 Minute. For detailed understanding watch complete video.
Electricity Tariff Review: NERC Releases Two Draft Regulations For Guidelines
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Business people worried about proposed hike in electricity tariffs
The government of Uganda has approved an increment of power tariffs by 11%. The increment which the government agency that oversees the electricity sector, the Electricity Regulation Authority blames the decline of the shilling to the dollar will come into effect at the start of the new year. The new tariff increase on a unit of electricity will impact further on businesses already strained by current costs… Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Central Electricity Regulatory Commission | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Electricity_Regulatory_Commission 00:01:06 1 History 00:03:37 2 Obligations 00:05:11 2.1 Advisory functions 00:05:46 3 Chairman and members 00:06:30 4 Important advice to government 00:08:57 5 Regulatory independence 00:09:08 6 Evolution of Electricity Tariff & Role of CERC 00:09:13 6.1 Single part tariff 00:10:09 6.2 Two part tariff for Generation as per K.P. Rao Committee (1992) 00:11:30 6.3 Evolution of Availability Based Tariff (ABT) 00:14:06 7 Standard Tariff Model 00:15:14 8 Relation with Other Power Sector Bodies (MoP,CEA, Appellate Tribunal) 00:15:29 8.1 Appellate Tribunal and CERC 00:16:11 8.2 Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and CERC 00:17:48 8.3 SERC and CERC 00:19:18 8.4 Ministry of Power and CERC 00:19:46 8.5 Power Exchange Companies and CERC 00:20:47 9 Important Regulations / Policy Framework 00:26:59 10 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.7079925148644809 Voice name: en-AU-Wavenet-B "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), a key regulator of power sector in India, is a statutory body functioning with quasi-judicial status under sec – 76 of the Electricity Act 2003. CERC was initially constituted on 24 July 1998 under the Ministry of Power’s Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act, 1998 for rationalization of electricity tariffs, transparent policies regarding subsidies, promotion of efficient and environmentally benign policies, and for matters connected Electricity Tariff regulation. CERC was instituted primarily to regulate the tariff of Power Generating companies owned or controlled by the government of India, and any other generating company which has a composite scheme for power generation and interstate transmission of energy, including tariffs of generating companies.
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Electricity Regulatory Commission's Chairman Insists New Tariff Is Fair - Part 2
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has asked the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) to substantiate its claims of arbitrary increase in electricity tariff as well as its accusation of the commission for including fixed charges as a component in the new electricity tariff. The NERC, which responded to comments attributed to the President of NLC, Abdulwaheed Omar, in which he chastised the commission for increasing electricity tariff without commensurate improvement in supply, stated that the new tariff as contained in the Multi Year Tariff Order (MYTO-2) was fair, reasonable and necessary to guarantee continuous improvement in electricity supply to Nigerians. The Chairman of NERC, Sam Amadi in an interview with Channels Television said the regulatory agency had initiated MYTO-2 with cautious and wide-reaching consultation with extant socio-economic stakeholders, including the NLC. For more information log on to www.channelstv.com.
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Electricity Tariff Review: Consumers Express Mixed Reaction
Electricity consumers under the Ikeja Distribution Company will not for now pay more for energy despite the recent review by the Nigeria Electricity Regulation Commission (NERC). Part of the reason for this, is the short fall in the energy supplied to the disco which in turn forced down retail prices. As part of the reform strategy that handed power utilities to private owners a regulation called the Multi Year Tariff Order (MYTO). For more information, visit www.channelstv.com
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Nigeria Electricity Market Tariffs And Regulation 08/01/16 Pt.2
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NERC Is Empowred By Law To Regulate Electricity Tariff - Sam Amadi Pt.1
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Stakeholders Consulation On Electricity Tariff
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), will today begin zonal deliberations with critical stakeholders on review of the drafts of the Multi Year Tariff Methodology (MYTO), Business Continuity regulation for the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI) and Eligible Customer declaration regulations.
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New Electricity Tariff
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission says new electricity tariff regime will begin on Monday 1st February. Watch all the latest stories making headlines on Silverbird Television at the comfort of your mobile device, tablet or PC. Click www.silverbirdtv.com/live to watch live Silverbird Television is the leading entertainment Television station in Nigeria, providing its audience with up to date News, sports, entertainment programmes. SilverbirdTV through it's Dream Network (Lagos, Awka, Jos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and their environs) provides its audience with it's popular TV breakfast show "Today on STV", current affairs, Top notch TV shows, Nigerian/Nollywood Movies, Nigerian News, African News, World News etc. Silverbird Television is part of the Silverbird Group, a diversified multi-media company with holdings in Radio, Television, Real Estate, and Cinemas owned by Mr. Ben Murray-Bruce. Silverbird's Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) brand produced the first and only black African Miss World in 2001, Agbani Dorego. STV's entertainment programmes features Nigerian artistes such as Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Davido, Wizkid, Banky W, Flavour, P Square, Yemi Alade, Olamide amongst others. STV can be watched live at www.silverbirdtv.com
ERC releases new tariffs that cut electricity cost for consumers
The Energy Regulatory Commission has published a tariff review that it claims will reduce electricity costs for consumers. ERC director general Pavel Omeke has announced the government's decision to scrap off a monthly fixed charge of 150 shillings which presents the greatest gain for low power consumers.
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New electricity tariffs for Delhi  announced today
Amid continuing power cuts, electricity tariffs in Delhi were on Thursday hiked by upto 8.32 percent. Addressing a press conference, PD Sudhakar, chairman of the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission, announced that the hike will translate between 10 paisa and Rs 1.10. The DERC also announced the creation of a new slab of 801 to 1200 units. As per the new tariff, which comes into effect today itself, the rate for consumption of electricity between 0 to 200 units will be Rs 4 -- a hike of 10 paisa. Electricity consumption between 201 and 400 units will be charged at Rs 5.95, a hike of 15 paisa; between 401 and 800 units at Rs 7.30, an increase of 50 paisa; between 801 and 1200 units at Rs 8.10, a hike of Rs 1.10; and consumption above 1200 units will be charged at Rs 8.75 per unit. The DERC chairman said that effective power rates for those consuming upto 800 units will actually come down, as the Commission was scrapping the power purchase adjustment cost (PPAC) currently levied at 6 to 8 percent for all consumers. The surcharge levied, meanwhile, stays at 8 percent. According to Sudhakar, upto 70% domestic users consume upto a maximum of 400 units per month. The hike is marginal and the effect will be very minimal on domestic consumers, the DERC stated. The power tariffs for NDMC areas have been increased by up 9.52 percent. The Commission further announced that from now on, normal charge will be levied for electricity use in common areas of CGHS/DDA societies like parking. Earlier, this consumption used to be charged under the highest slab. Also, domestic tariffs will be applicable in public parks instead of non-domestic tariffs, Sudhakar announced. Power distribution companies -- NDPL, BSES Yamuna and BSES Rajdhani -- had demanded an increase in tariffs, owing to high input costs as well as an increase in coal prices. Most of the power supplied to Delhi is thermal based. The revision in power tariffs comes amid reports that the 2014-15 Budget for Delhi, to be presented in a few days' time, may make provision for subsidy for domestic consumers. The subsidy was discontinued with effect from April 1 this year. For More information on this news visit: http://www.itvnewsindia.com/ For More information on this news, visit: http://www.itvnewsindia.com/hindi Connect with us on Social platform at: http://www.facebook.com/IndiaNewsTV Subscribe to our You Tube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/itvnewsindia
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Analysis of Electricity Tariffs in Africa
This session is part of the Clean Energy Regulators Initiative Webinar Programme. Theme 9 - Energy Access Module 5: Analysis of Electricity Tariffs in Africa This session has several purposes: Review electricity tariff structures in Africa; Assess tariffs in terms of long-term financial viability for the electricity sector and ability to attract capital; Offer suggestions to evolve to a healthier and more attractive tariff structure. Countries analyzed: Kenya, Cape Verde, Ghana, Tanzania, and Senegal. Overall findings: Strong growth in electricity demand Network losses very high Financial performance distribution utilities low Loss reduction important Tariffs should be set at economic levels but incorporate reasonable level of losses, while utilities should work on significant reduction of losses. Regulatory policies should incentivize such improvements.
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NEPRA Raises Power Tariff by Rs. 1.16
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Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission tariff hike this year
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Regulatory Authority may lower electricity prices
#NTVNews There could soon be a consensus around an attempt at lower end-user tariffs for electricity should Umeme's technical inventory scale up on domestic sourcing. The Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA), under law is mandated to monitor, review and assess input variables for the requisite end user tariff. In the current Quarter, Four approved electricity end-user tariffs served by Umeme, a 3.41% depreciation of the shillings was cited among others for the utility adjustments. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Manufaturers not happy despite ERA cut in power tariffs
The Electricity Regulatory Authority ERA has announced a marginal reduction of 1.5% in the new energy tariff structure for the 2nd Quarter. The Regulatory cites reduction in the cost of fuel, the appreciation of the shilling by 0.25% and slow down in inflation now at 6.2% as factors that have generated the 1.5% reduction in end user tariff. But the Uganda Manufacturers Association and the small scale industries association among others maintain that the marginal reduction must be supported by quality supply of power to their members. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Announcement of new electricity retail tariff by the Energy Regulatory Commission
http://bdafrica.com Announcement of the new electricity retail tariff by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC)
Nigeria's electricity tariff increase by 40%
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission has implemented the first phase of a multi-year tariff increase system by enforcing a 40% rise in the cost of using the state utility. Nigeria's power grid currently supplies just over 4800 Megawatts of electricity to an estimated population of 177 million people. Here is Sophia Adengo with more.
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Electricity Tariffs:  hiked by 9 % in Punjab
India News: Punjab government today announced 9 per cent hike in power tariff.The hike in power tariff was earlier expected to be around 7 per cent. A Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission (PSERC) official said the tariff order had been delayed due to some procedural issued. After the orders, the Power Corporation had issued a circular which read: "In compliance with the PSERC order, the existing tariff for all categories of consumers will be charged with effect from April 1, 2013, till the issuance of the tariff order for 2013-14, subject to the condition that the Punjab Government continues to pay subsidy to Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) in respect of consumers getting subsidised power".
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Over Billing: Senate challenges DISCOs over high electricity tariffs
*Over Billing: Senate challenges DISCOs over high electricity tariffs *No end in sight to electricity crisis in Nigeria for now – Senate The Nigerian Senate has frowned at the alleged astronomical monthly rise in electricity bills across the country. This fear was sequel to a motion sponsored by Senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West in the upper chamber, drawing the attention of the Senate to the burden of over billing by Distribution Companies (DISCOs) Melaye, in the motion, noted that years after privatisation of the power sector, DISCOS handling the retailing and marketing of electricity in Nigeria have not been able to effectively meter their customers thereby leaving millions of Nigerians at their mercy through estimated billing tariff with very little or no protection from the regulators, the Nigerian Electricity regulatory Commission. However, the Senate could not conclude on the Motion, following an intervention from the chairman of the Committee on power, Enyinanya Abaribe who informed lawmakers that his committee has a report on a similar matter waiting to be laid before the Senate. Meanwhile, the Chairman Senate Committee on Privatisation, Senator Ben Murray-Bruce who lend his voice opined that there was no quick solution to addressing the issue of estimated billing added that the issue of privatisation needed to be re visited. The motion was stepped down pending the consideration of the report. *No end in sight to electricity crisis in Nigeria for now – Senate Senate Committee Chairman on Privatization, Ben Murray Bruce has given a shocking revelation on Wednesday that there was no solution to electricity crisis in Nigeria for now. He was reacting to a motion raised by Senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West Senatorial district over epileptic power supply and exploitative activities of some power distribution companies. Dino explained: “Mr President, distinguished colleagues, I want to draw the attention of the Senate to the exploitative activities of some power distribution companies by over-billing the citizens for energy not consumed.” Saddened by the unfortunate development in power industry despite huge resources government had invested, Senate Ben Bruce explained that, “there was no solution in sight,” to the epileptic supply of electricity in the country. He also pointed that the private investors never envisaged the free fall of the nation’s local currency, a situation he said had contributed to sustained epileptic power supply. He said apart from lacking the capacity to run power company, the investors came into the business erroneously, assuming that government would subsidize the power sector. The DISCOs according to Bruce are “technically bankrupt” and as such cannot afford to pay for millions of meters needed for accurate billing system. “We have a catastrophe in our hands and there will be no electricity in the current arrangement,” he said while asking that Nigeria revisits the entire privatization process. Melaye had in his motion urged the Senate to mandate the committee on Power to look into the astronomical electricity billing by DISCOs across the country. He also asked the Senate to urge the National Electricity Regulatory Commission to call DISCOS to stop forth with the practice of estimated billing and alive in their regulatory role of protecting electricity customers.
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DERC approves hike in Delhi's electricity tariff
Electricity tariff has been increased in the Delhi by the regulatory body. Announcing the hike, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission said that the increase will be 8.32 per cent for all three discoms (BSES Rajdhani Power Limited, BSES Yamuna Power Limited and Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited). In the New Delhi Municipal Corporation area, the power tariff hike will be 9.52 per cent.
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ERA blames high power tariff on rising dollar rate
Electricity Regulatory Authority has blamed the high electricity tariffs on the increasing dollar rate and payments for experts among other things. The ERA officials were appearing before parliament’s committee on Natural Resources Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Power Tariffs Increment
Electricity tariffs could soon go up once again if a request by the Kenya Power and Lighting Company is accepted by the Energy Regulatory Commission. KPLC wants the tariffs increased by nearly 25 per cent, a move strongly opposed by the Consumer Federation of Kenya. The Energy Regulatory Commission is however yet to take a firm decision on the request saying it will only do so after adequate consultations with various stakeholders including consumers. Sylvia Chebet reports.
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OERC Hikes Electricity Tariffs By Average 1.44%
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Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited wants power tariffs reduced to boost investment
Uganda Electricity Generation Company limited calls for a reduction in electricity charges. The Electricity Generation chairman Dr. Stephen Isabalija says the price is too expensive and will scare off investors because of the high production costs. Uganda’s Electricity regulatory authority this week increased electricity tariffs with households that use more than 15 units of electricity each month now paying Shs531, up from Shs518.7, for each unit;
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Power tariff shock
Electricity hikes could see up to ninety thousand jobs lost in the mining sector.That's according to the Minerals Council South Africa.The National Energy Regulator announced power tariff hikes for the next three years. #eNCA
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New Electricity Tariff
Following the protests by the Labour Unions over the increase in electricity tariff by the Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission, Nigeria’s Senate President Bukola Saraki, has said the National Assembly may not support the country’s new electricity tariff.
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News Across Nigeria: Regulator Says Senate Directives On Power Tariff Undermines Laws 18/08/15
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has ruled out the abolition of fixed charges on electricity tariffs, as recently directed by the Senate. An official of the regulatory body said that the directive undermined the electricity laws enacted by the National Assembly. The Chairman of the NERC, Dr. Sam Amadi, told reporters on Monday that taking such a decision without appropriate consideration could cause a collapse in the power sector. For more information log on to http://www.channelstv.com
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Power Sector: New Tariffs Would Be Justifiable - NERC
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Episode 2: Energy Tariffs Explained
The Green Room: What happens when you put two sustainability experts in a room and ask them to explain how your energy bills work? This week James and Nick demystify the many types tariff and attempt to get to the bottom of the question 'What is the best energy tariff?' Subscribe: Itunes - https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-green-room-by-the-greenage/id1450172106 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0mrSwzL4dKtNhm90fUEo63 Sticher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/greenage/the-green-room-by-the-greenage Podbean - https://thegreenage.podbean.com/ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ What is an energy tariff? Your gas and electricity tariffs affect how much your energy costs. Energy tariffs are generally based on usage, and can differ depending on where the energy comes from, when you use it, and how you manage your account. Who is in charge of my energy tariff? You are! That's why switching is so important. Beyond that, all UK energy and energy companies and regulated by OFGEM. Why should I switch? If you don’t switch, your energy company will do it for you, and this is likely to be bad news for your bills. The default rates that energy companies put their customers on are pretty much the worst prices available, so it’s essential to shop around if you want the best deal. Read more: An Introduction to Energy Tariffs - https://www.thegreenage.co.uk/an-introduction-to-energy-tariffs/ Switching Energy Suppliers - https://www.thegreenage.co.uk/switch-energy-suppliers/
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Delhi electricity tariff hike comes into effect
New Delhi: The 26 per cent hike in power tariff for domestic consumers in the city comes into effect from today. The new rates were announced by the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) on Wednesday.
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Weak shilling to impact electricity tariffs
The Electricity Regulatory Authority ERA, says the current depreciation of the shilling may have an impact on the next quarter’s tariffs due to be announced soon. In the current quarter, a 2.5% increment was placed on the electricity tariff, with consumers now paying 531 from 524 shillings in the last quarter ending December 2014. For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Electricity tariffs hiked in Karnataka
Electricity tariffs hiked in Karnataka The Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) on Monday announced revision of tariffs. The revised tariffs will be applicable from the start of the new financial year i.e., April 1.The five e...
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Draft Tariff Policy -2018 and Draft Electricity Act -2018 : India
A Seminar by FICCI, Price Waterhouse Coopers ( PwC) and Shakti Foundation at FICCI. ( Sept 2018). Officials of the Ministry of Power were on the Dais. The audience was from the Stakeholders of the Power Sector in India. PwC, Shakti Foundation and the FICCI are organisations that worked to make this Seminar a success in highlighting the issues that the Power Sector faces today as well as the impact of the changes in the Policy and the Act highlighting the impact of these changes to the Power Sector.
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Power Generation: Respondents Decry Hike in Electricity Tariff
Reactions have continued to trail the proposed increase in electricity tariff by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission. Respondents who spoke with our correspondent, Esther Okonmah say government need to pay more attention to the power sector to attract investors.
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Massive electric shock stuns Delhiites as power tariff hiked by 8.32%
The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) has hiked power rates by 8.32 per cent for all three power distribution companies in the national capital. The power rates have gone up by 9.52 per cent for the NDMC areas. For more news subscribe to Aajtak: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt4t-jeY85JegMlZ-E5UWtA
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Power tariff revision: OERC to hear petitions of dicoms from Feb 5
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