Aims to rationalize consumption and sustain the processing power
BAGHDAD - morning
and Electricity Ministry confirmed that the new rates of wages for domestic sector electricity consumption urges prodigals to rationalize consumption and support low-income people.
The adoption of these pricing according to approve the recommendation of the Committee on Energy in the Council of Ministers, and based on the proposal submitted by the The ministry concerned, as the Commission confirmed reconsider pricing industrial sector towards Altkhvad.oavad Electricity Minister Mohammad Qasim Fahdawi in a press statement seen by the "morning" that the purpose of the adoption of this pricing is urging citizens to rationalize the consumption of electric power and not extravagant, as it does not affect the citizen of the poor and low-income people, but include high consumption owners are motivated to rationalize Alasthlak.aly Besides, the formation of a central committee at the ministry's headquarters for the implementation of new rates from which the sub-committees working in the departments of electrical power distribution, which will be implemented (pricing) immediately from the date of approval, will also be a collection every month instead of every Chehrin.ufema The decision to urge citizens to rationalize consumption and not extravagant, at the same time the government is to provide the necessary support for the wages of electrical energy consumption by citizens and within the new pricing rates Nilai (80 percent) for the consumption of 5 amperes any that the consumer paid off $ 16 thousand and 400 dinars The government support value shall be 64 thousand and 912 dinars, and the least (2 percent) for consumption 50 Ampera is paid consumer 755 thousand and 976 dinars and backed by a government of $ 18 thousand and 114 dinars, as instructed to download additional charge of $ (5 percent ) for the consumption of 60 Ampera Fasdd Consumer 955 thousand and 560 dinars (cost 910 thousand and the truth 694 dinars plus pay additional 44 thousand and 866 dinars).
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