NSDC is ready to introduce temporary administrations in district heating companies

The National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) is considering the possibility of introducing temporary administrations in private energy companies if there is a threat to national security.

This was announced by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksii Danilov at a briefing following the results of the meeting of the National Security and Defense Council in Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, Ukrinform reports.

“There are signs of monopolization in this market. Today we have several surnames: Akhmetov, Novynskyi, the Surkis brothers, Hryhoryshyn, Boholiubov, Kolomoisky, Lyovochkin, Boyko and Russian citizen Voevodin have a network. In case of a threat to national security and defense, we are considering the issue of introducing temporary administrations,” Danilov said.

Also, the NSDC secretary stressed that the government will not allow tariffs to be manipulated.

As a reminder, NEURC has raised the maximum price caps for electricity.

As reported, from August 1, the electricity tariff for the population will remain unchanged – UAH 1.68 per kWh.

Tags: legislation, NEURC, ETL, RF, electricity market, Ukraine, infrastructure, regional power distribution company, energy security, electricity consumption

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