In past articles (You can read here, here and here), we talked about how simplifying the access of third parties (independent heat energy producers) to heat networks can improve the situation in centralized heat supply, and what should be done for this. Now is the time to tell more what changes should consumers be expected, if such a system will work.
The article deals with the following issues:
- What affects the fare for the end-user connected to competitive DH systems?
- How the price of heat energy for Lithuanian heat supply companies in the cities of Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda is changing?
- What changes will affect the consumers connected to competitive DH systems?
Read the full article here:How will end-users be affected by the simplification of third-party access to heat networks? Georgii Geletukha – Head of the Board of Bioenergy Association of Ukraine. Electronic edition “Investgazeta”, November 21, 2018 (in Ukrainian)
The article is prepared on the basis of the USAID project “Municipal Energy Reform in Ukraine”. The opinions expressed by the authors in this publication do not necessarily coincide with the position of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) or the Government of the United States of America