Understanding the concerns of broadcasters and electronic communication service providers about the rapid and significant increase in electricity tariffs that we experienced last year, LVRTC has been actively working to find solutions to reduce the tariff for our clients.
LVRTC has concluded an agreement for the purchase of electricity with a significantly lower tariff, which is fixed for three months. The current contract will allow us to review the tariff once every three months and, according to the electricity price and forecasts, switch to the exchange price or fix the tariff offered by the supplier for the next three months.
As before, in the future the total payment for electricity will consist only of the payment for the received service – electricity, the use of the LVRTC network and the service of the distribution operator, for which LVRTC will not apply a surcharge. At the same time, we draw your attention to the fact that starting from April 1, 2023, the state does not provide compensation for the increase in the price of electricity, but starting from May 1, 2023, the state does not cover the costs of the distribution operator service.
The LVRTC will calculate the following total power tariff for customers (sub-users) depending on the metered monthly power consumption of the customer at all LVRTC facilities (prices are shown without VAT)*:
*Electricity tariffs for Talejas Street 1, Riga facility are calculated based on an individual estimate based on the price list calculated by the building manager.