Tarriffs

Goa: Department of Energy does not support any tariff increases | Goa News

PANAJI: During the election year, the Goa Department of Electricity recommended that electricity tariffs remain the same. The ministry will not close the income gap directly from consumers but through budget support. In its electricity tariff proposal to the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) for the 2022-23 fiscal year, the …

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FOCUS: RCEP fruits come with the challenge of keeping China under control

Participants at the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership ministerial meeting pose for a photo in Bangkok on September 8, 2019 (Kyodo) TOKYO (Kyodo) – With the entry into force of the comprehensive regional economic partnership agreement, Japan and other member countries expect to revitalize the economy affected by the pandemic through …

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The UPPCL reports a tariff dispute with its only foreign consumer

UPPCL (UP Power Corporation Ltd) is preparing to bring the ongoing tariff dispute with its only foreign consumer to the Indo-Nepal Electricity Exchange Committee for arbitration. The committee is due to hold its 14th meeting shortly in Delhi. The foreign consumer in question here is the Nepalese government which has …

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Textile, clothing industry: the government decides to replace electricity, RLNG tariffs

ISLAMABAD: The federal government has decided to substitute the electricity and RLNG tariffs for the textile and clothing industry, indicated for the 2021-22 fiscal year, with regionally competitive energy tariffs, indicated knowledgeable sources Business recorder. The Ministry of Commerce informed the Cabinet’s Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) last week that a …

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Five lowest solar tariffs in 2021 [Infographics]

Almost 20 GW of solar projects were auctioned in India in 2021. The lowest tariff discovered in this auction was 2.14 (~ $ 0.028) / kWh, an increase of almost 8% from at the lowest price of ₹ 1.99 (~ $ 0.027) / kWh discovered in the auction of Gujarat …

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Trump’s USDA overpaid corn farmers by $ 3 billion

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – The Trump administration overpaid corn farmers about $ 3 billion in federal aid in 2019, and farmers in the South were paid more for the same crops than those in the rest of the country, discovered a federal monitoring agency. The Government Accountability Office said …

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Kenya Railways announces new freight rates

Kenya Railways Corporation has announced new tariffs as it seeks seamless connectivity from freight transfer to Naivasha inland container depot, from Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) to Old Meter Gauge Railway (MGR) ). The company has announced plans to offer end-to-end rail delivery to the Ugandan ports of Jinja and Port …

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New tariffs, levies: representatives support the finance bill

The House of Representatives voted in favor of the finance bill which seeks legislation to support the implementation of the 2022 budget. PHILIP NYAM writes on the importation of the invoice The House of Representatives held a one-day public hearing on the 2021 finance law on Monday. The event was …

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Private sector fears job losses, business closures due to anticipated taxes and tariffs

Femi Asu, Leke Baiyewu, Stephen Angbulu and Edidiong Ikpoto Posted December 15, 2021 Nigeria’s organized private sector, including the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria and the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association, among others, has expressed opposition to any attempts by the federal government and other levels of government to introduce new taxes …

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NSEFI writes to Minister for Punjab Solar Tariff Renegotiation Act – pv magazine India

The industry body wrote that the state’s new bill to redefine solar tariffs will make projects already in operation unsustainable and power producers will struggle to repay their loans. He requested the intervention of the Minister of Justice to convey his concerns to the president with whom the bill is …

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