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Georgian authorities to cut electricity prices2012-12-25 13:41
Electricity prices in Georgia decrease starting from the 1st of January 2013, for averagely 24.5%. As reported by the RBC, Georgian Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Kakha Kaladaze announced this.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He explained that the principle of differentiated payment for electricity has remained, but for those who consume per month up to 100 kW/h, the rate reduces by 27%, and for those who consume up to 300 kW/h - by 21.5%. For other categories of consumers, that is, for those who consume more than 300 kW/h per month, the rate remains unchanged.
In total, the price for both categories reduces averagely by 3.5 tetri.
Recall, the issue of electricity prices is one of the most acute for Georgian citizens. Few people can afford to freely pay for power. Georgian Dream's one of the main pre-election campaign promises was to reduce electricity rates. However, it turns out that the power is unlikely to become cheaper.