Tarriffs

FERC accepts CAISO tariff changes for collocated and hybrid resources

On November 30, 2021, FERC issued an order accepting a tariff filing from the California Independent System Operator Corporation (“CAISO”) to clarify its market rules for hybrid and co-located resources. CAISO proposed two areas for review: 1) improving market participation for hybrid and co-located resources; and 2) allow the use …

Read More »

High fuel prices put pressure on electricity prices

KUALA LUMPUR: Price volatility in the energy market is not a problem that simply affects a country; it is a global problem. The sector is now facing a crisis where demand for energy commodities has exceeded supply and caused price volatility, with global spot prices for natural gas and coal …

Read More »

Whiskey industry calls for tariff ‘reconciliation’

Home New Through Jacques Laurent Posted: 08 December 2021 A consortium of companies has called on the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom to remove all tariffs affecting the transatlantic whiskey trade. The dispute arose several years ago, when former President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on imports …

Read More »

For uniform rates in hospitals, Irdai calls for regulatory powers or new body

With hospitals across the country following different pricing structures, a senior official at the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) has proposed that there be a separate regulator for the healthcare segment or that the Irdai be allowed to regulate hospitals. Addressing the CII Insurance and Pensions Summit, …

Read More »

Telecom tariffs: Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea likely to increase postpaid tariffs

Analysts believe a postpaid hike can be expected after a few months. After increasing prepaid tariffs, telecom operators may consider increasing the tariffs for the postpaid segment soon as well. It makes sense for Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea to increase tariffs in the postpaid segment as they have a …

Read More »

Victoria regulator reports another big cut in solar tariffs, sees no real value in exports

Victoria’s energy regulator reported another reduction in the state’s recommended minimum feed-in tariff, less than six months after the floor price was cut by a third from 10.2c / kW to 6.7 c / kWh in July. In a draft decision released by the Essential Services Commission this week, the …

Read More »

Georgia ordered to pay $ 81 million to Russian energy company – Civil.ge

The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) Arbitration Institute ordered Georgia to pay $ 80.5 million in compensation to Inter Rao, the Russian energy trading company. Georgian side appealed against decision as unfounded, Justice Ministry said Civil.ge. Inter Rao and its Georgia subsidiary – Telasi, filed an arbitration case against Georgia …

Read More »

Motorists demand a tariff review | Nagpur News

Nagpur: Citing rising fuel prices, the city’s rickshaw drivers have called for a tariff review, which has not been done since 2014. The Vidarbha Autorickshaw Chalak Federation has submitted a memorandum to the city’s regional transport office stating that the current tariff of Rs14 for the first km and Rs11 …

Read More »

High utility rates, taxes killing the hotel industry

Isaac Paa Kwesi Inkum, Central Regional President of GHA The Central Region branch of the Ghana Hotels Association (GHA) called on the government to address high utility tariffs and taxes crippling many facilities in the region. According to them, the more than 26 taxes and levies, the high utility bills …

Read More »

Removed or reduced tariffs for allies

COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS: A pact with Belize has opened possible bridges between Asia and the Caribbean, while Honduras and Paraguay also benefit from significant tariff reductions A bill to lower import tariffs to zero on 234 items for three of Taiwan’s diplomatic allies – Belize, Honduras and Paraguay – was passed …

Read More »