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    Polish gov't plans to cushion excessive increase of heating costs

    January 17, 2023 - Tchórzewska-Lipska Anna


      Having adopted a draft on additional support to households and public utility institutions such as hospitals, schools or kindergartens, the government plans to offer a mechanism limiting price growth for heat recipients to 40 percent in comparison with the price which was in force on September 30, 2022, the Prime Minister's Office reported after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

      If the heat supply price increases by more than 40 percent, power companies will receive compensation, so that heat recipients should not be burdened by the excessive increase of heating costs.

      The new measure is planned to replace the to-date support mechanism on February 1. (PAP)



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