Tariffs for electricity for households of Ukraine with consumption up to 250 kWh per month will not increase and will amount to UAH 1.44 per kWh. This was announced by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a video address.
According to the Head of State, energy issues were discussed during a meeting with government officials.
"We are extending the electricity tariff of UAH 1.44 per kilowatt for at least next six months for those who consume less than 250 kilowatts. This is 80% of our citizens," Zelenskyy said.
Also, according to him, the meeting reviewed the results of the current heating season.
"The season was successful despite everything. Despite all the "prophecies," the tariffs have not increased. There were no rotating outages. Supplies were not disrupted even in wartime. Preparations have also begun for the next heating season. We discussed the purchase of gas, the purchase of coal," the President said.