Prices for producing electricity in peak hours increased by 1%

Wednesday 16/04/2014 9:44 AM

According to decision rules 28/2014/QD-TTg structure of electricity retail tariff has been issued to the Prime Minister, from 6.1.2014, the retail price for electricity produced in off-peak hours at all voltage levels are increased by 1% over the current price even in normal times and peak unchanged.

Specifically , under Decision 28/2014/QD-TTg , retail electricity prices for the manufacturing sector at a voltage of 110 kV or higher in normal hours is still 84% of the average retail price of electricity as current regulations ( 268/QD-TTg Decision dated 23/2/2011 ) , the peak is still 150 % . However, retail prices in peak hours increased 1 % compared to current tu51 % to 52 % .

Similarly, the retail price of electricity for the manufacturing sector at a voltage of 22 kV to 110 kV under normal hours is still 85% of the average retail price of electricity in peak hours and is still 156 % . But retail prices in off-peak times also increased 1 % , from 53 % to 54 % as current .

The retail price of electricity for the manufacturing sector at a voltage of 6 kV to 22 kV in less time is normally 88% of the average retail price of electricity in peak hours and is still 161 % . And letrong price peak hours also increased 1 % , from 55 % to 56 % as current .

The retail price of electricity for the manufacturing sector at below 6 kV voltage level in normal hours is still 92% of the average retail price of electricity in peak hours and is still 167 % . However, retail price points giothap also increased from 58 % to 59 % as current .

28/2014/QD-TTg Decision shall take effect from 01.06.2014 .