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Wholesale price of electricity in Ukraine turned out to be higher than the average for the European Union

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The index by which Ukraine has caught up and surpassed the countries of the European Union has been named. And this indicator, unfortunately for the citizens of the country, has nothing to do with improving their own economic well-being.


The European Commission has published a report on the state of affairs in the energy market. The report states that the average electricity price in the European Union is € 33,5 per MWh in terms of generation and distribution. This is 3,35 euro cents per 1 kWh. And this is about a third lower than the indicators for the same period in 2019.

However, for the end consumer in the EU countries, electricity costs significantly more - 12-22 eurocents (up to 20 rubles per kW * h at the current exchange rate).

As it was found in Ukraine, selling prices for electricity in this country were almost 38% higher than the average for the European Union. Today the price for Ukraine is almost 47 euros per MWh. As noted, Ukraine was in the list of European countries with the highest selling wholesale prices for electricity. According to this indicator, it practically equaled Greece and bypassed Malta.

At the end of June, the Ukrainian national regulator approved an increase in electricity tariffs for the population by half. Since 2017, industrial enterprises in Ukraine have purchased electricity at a price of up to 4 hryvnia per kW * h (up to 11 rubles), and the population - about 1 hryvnia. (2,7 rubles). Government subsidies and the use of the grid without reorienting to European grids helped keep prices down. A sharp increase in the tariff, for obvious reasons, will hit the wallets of ordinary citizens of Ukraine, whose incomes differ significantly from the incomes of citizens of the European Union countries.
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  1. horus88
    horus88 26 August 2020 12: 46
    +9
    And it's nice, let them feel like Europeans in their wallet
    1. Temples
      Temples 26 August 2020 12: 48
      11
      According to this indicator, it practically equaled Greece and bypassed Malta.


      And many did not believe in successful reforms in Ukraine. wassat

      They caught up with the Greeks and went around Malta!

      Leaders!

      There you go, quilted jackets! wassat
      1. lucul
        lucul 26 August 2020 12: 56
        +2
        And many did not believe in successful reforms in Ukraine.

        PERAMOGA))))
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 26 August 2020 13: 03
        +2
        Quote: Temples
        They caught up with the Greeks and went around Malta!

        Well, at least in some ways Ukraine is ahead of Europe!
        1. Atlas
          Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 15
          19
          Quote: tihonmarine
          Quote: Temples
          They caught up with the Greeks and went around Malta!

          Well, at least in some ways Ukraine is ahead of Europe!

          Now they have something to be proud of! yes
      3. Orange bigg
        Orange bigg 26 August 2020 13: 11
        +3
        Quote: Temples
        According to this indicator, it practically equaled Greece and bypassed Malta.


        And many did not believe in successful reforms in Ukraine. wassat

        They caught up with the Greeks and went around Malta!

        Leaders!

        There you go, quilted jackets! wassat


        They promise to catch up with Belarus in Ukraine in 50 years.
        “The current regime is a continuation of Poroshenko's policy, only with a“ more human face ”. But, from the point of view of "social", we see a complete disaster. We are the only post-Soviet country that by 2020 was unable to achieve the economic indicators of 1991, with which it embarked on an independent path of development. When the Soviet Union collapsed, Kravchuk's slogan was very popular in Ukraine - they say, "leaving the USSR, Ukraine will become the second France." Under Yushchenko it has already been said that "Ukraine will be the second Poland." Now economists are cautiously saying that "we need 50 years to catch up with neighboring Belarus." Alas, in the socio-economic block Ukraine is in complete degradation. "

        https://riafan.ru/1305409-na-ukraine-priznali-chto-uspeshno-zakonchili-proedat-sovetskie-zapasy
      4. Atlas
        Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 14
        17
        Quote: Temples
        They caught up with the Greeks and went around Malta!

        And they immediately felt like Europeans. And we all call them dill and banderlog. And they are so successful Europeans laughing
    2. Roman246810
      Roman246810 26 August 2020 14: 03
      -5
      In the face of a sharp drop in oil prices, the government decided to limit the import of fuel into Russia. Abroad, it fell in price after oil, and in Russia, the cost almost did not change due to features of regulation.
      According to experts, European Refineries may start supplying cheaper products to Russia, as they are unable to sell them on the EU market due to a sharp drop in demand. The ban on the import of gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, gas oil and marine fuel to Russia came into force on June 2.


      The news, though old already .. but clearly shows that we are really "brothers in mind"

      Shl .. although, of course, laughing at others is more patriotic than looking at yourself ..))
      1. venik
        venik 26 August 2020 15: 00
        0
        Quote: Roman246810
        Shl .. although, of course, laughing at others is more patriotic than looking at yourself ..))

        =======
        And what, in Russia, electricity is already more expensive than in the EU and Ukraine ??? belay
        1. Roman246810
          Roman246810 26 August 2020 15: 08
          -4
          And what, in the EU gasoline is already more expensive than in Russia ??
          And in Kazakhstan ??)

          Shl .. learn not just to read, but also to understand what is written about ..
          1. venik
            venik 26 August 2020 15: 46
            -1
            Quote: Roman246810
            And what, in the EU gasoline is already more expensive than in Russia ??
            And in Kazakhstan ??)

            ===============
            In Russia, gasoline is already more expensive than in the EU ??? belay
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            Average fuel prices in Europe as of mid-August 2020 (EUR / 1 l)

            A source: https://autotraveler.ru/spravka/benzine-in-europe.html#.X0ZRqLBS_Sc
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            Quote: Roman246810
            Shl .. learn not just to read, but also to understand what is written about ..

            ========
            Zy.Zy. First, learn to work with statistical information, and then make loud comments like "burn your hearts with a hot word" ...... hi
            1. Grandfather
              Grandfather 26 August 2020 17: 22
              +2
              Wholesale price of electricity in Ukraine turned out to be higher than the average for the European Union
              ah poor fellows .... so their minimum wage is already higher than in Russia it seems to have become ... no?
              1. Atlas
                Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 22
                12
                Quote: Dead Day
                their minimum wage is already higher than in Russia it seems to have become

                At the end of 2019, inflation in Ukraine exceeded inflation in Russia.
        2. dik-nsk
          dik-nsk 27 August 2020 08: 23
          +1
          And what, in Russia, electricity is already more expensive than in the EU and Ukraine ???

          and the population - about 1 UAH. (2,7 rubles)

          Novosibirsk 2,8 re .. well, so it is more expensive than in Ukraine it turns out
    3. Atlas
      Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 12
      16
      Quote: horus88
      let the wallet feel like Europeans

      With their hands they have long felt themselves as Europeans working for the nobles in Europe. bully
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  3. Ka-52
    Ka-52 26 August 2020 12: 47
    +9
    well, at least it was not in vain that they galloped laughing here's your panties, here's the EU
    1. Woodman
      Woodman 26 August 2020 13: 04
      +3
      Quote: Ka-52
      here's your panties, here's the EU

      At this rate, soon there will be nothing but panties ...
      1. dedusik
        dedusik 26 August 2020 13: 18
        -4
        Panties are not lace, but with a fleece - USSR_ovski leggings. bully
      2. Piramidon
        Piramidon 26 August 2020 14: 06
        +2
        Quote: Lesovik
        At this rate, soon there will be nothing but panties ...

        I doubt they will be laced. laughing
      3. Atlas
        Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 24
        15
        Quote: Lesovik
        At this rate, soon there will be nothing but panties

        The main thing is that the lace panties will remain laughing And the rest is all for them yes
    2. Kuzmich Sibiryakov
      Kuzmich Sibiryakov 26 August 2020 13: 16
      +1
      Quote: Ka-52
      well, at least it was not in vain that they galloped laughing here's your panties, here's the EU

      For such prices, not lace, but full of holes in the possibilities, to wear. But there are excellent prospects ahead - without any .... (Not to be confused with visa-free travel).
      1. Atlas
        Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 25
        17
        Quote: Kuzmich Sibiryakov
        great prospects ahead

        Very beautiful ... Land law passed ... Excellent prospects yes
    3. Roman246810
      Roman246810 26 August 2020 14: 06
      -3
      And in Kazakhstan, gasoline is cheaper, apparently due to the fact that we also have someone jumping ??

      It is touching how some are looking for specks, not noticing the logs in their eyes .. * laughing smiley *
  4. antivirus
    antivirus 26 August 2020 12: 49
    -1
    I'm happy for the Kohlov - all the higher and higher, and higher ..................................... .................................................. .................................................. ........................................ Swedes are also happy to sell their assembly
  5. Lipchanin
    Lipchanin 26 August 2020 12: 50
    +2
    As it was found in Ukraine, selling prices for electricity in this country were almost 38% higher than the average for the European Union.

    Soon Gayrope will envy them lol

    And if they still jump ... laughing
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 26 August 2020 13: 04
      0
      Quote: Lipchanin
      Soon Gayrope will envy them

      And he is already jealous.
    2. aszzz888
      aszzz888 26 August 2020 13: 10
      0

      Lipchanin (Sergey)
      Today, 12: 50
      NEW
      +3
      As it was found in Ukraine, selling prices for electricity in this country were almost 38% higher than the average for the European Union.

      Soon gayrope will envy them lol
      And no kW comes from fluttering the tongue? laughing How much these idiots grind their tongues, (tie the dynamo)) laughing it was possible to illuminate which lane. wassat
    3. Andrei Nikolaevich
      Andrei Nikolaevich 26 August 2020 13: 22
      -2
      And if you still have a pot on your head! ...)
      1. Atlas
        Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 27
        16
        Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
        And if you still have a pot on your head! ...)

        They haven't removed the pan yet ... So wait, soon the pan will show itself wink
  6. newcomer
    newcomer 26 August 2020 12: 55
    -2
    It's only the beginning. There is no degradation limit.
  7. fn34440
    fn34440 26 August 2020 12: 56
    +1
    And how else to cover the interest of the IMF on loans and the appetites of kaklooligarchs-huckster?
    F ezh the clown Zelya-Kryvyi Rih promised the Ukrainians "fair tariffs". "The payment for a communal apartment cannot be a sentence for a person, and a person cannot give 50%, 60% ... 70% of his salary," he said in 2019.

    ч
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 26 August 2020 13: 05
      +2
      Quote: fn34440
      "The payment for a communal apartment cannot be a sentence for a person, and a person cannot give 50%, 60% ... 70% of his salary," he said in 2019.

      Oops! What can not be said about drunkenness.
    2. halpat
      halpat 26 August 2020 13: 25
      +1
      Quote: fn34440
      And how else to cover the interest of the IMF on loans and the appetites of kaklooligarchs-huckster?
      F ezh the clown Zelya-Kryvyi Rih promised the Ukrainians "fair tariffs". "The payment for a communal apartment cannot be a sentence for a person, and a person cannot give 50%, 60% ... 70% of his salary," he said in 2019.

      ч

      A person must give 100% of his wages. Ze just didn't finish.
      So the promise is being kept on the sly.
    3. Atlas
      Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 28
      18
      Quote: fn34440
      Zelya-Kryvyi Rih promised Ukrainians "fair tariffs"

      So they have them too laughing In terms of tariffs are the people of Ukraine.
  8. APASUS
    APASUS 26 August 2020 12: 59
    -3
    Feeding less, milking more is the golden formula. But nobody promised that prices would stop!
  9. Adam Khomich
    Adam Khomich 26 August 2020 12: 59
    -1
    With an average salary of 4000 euros and a pension of 2 euros, even pensioners will be able to painlessly pay any tariffs.
    Well, nesisters, dry sleigh or start jumping? Lacy panties do not press too much fat bellies and frogs?
  10. Well done
    Well done 26 August 2020 13: 11
    -2
    Dung is cheaper. Give me a CHP on dung! Let's fill up the square with manure! There are many producers of this fuel. We translate the natsbats into purgen, let them warm up, autumn is in the yard!
  11. RUnnm
    RUnnm 26 August 2020 13: 14
    +3
    1. It is very bad that in the part of the conversation about wholesale prices it is not said which prices are compared - for other consumers, or for the population. In Europe, it is clear that for others, because they do not have tariffs (regulated) for the population.
    What follows from this. A little materiel. Both we and Ukraine have free prices for industrial consumers and tariffs for the population. Their difference is that the tariff is set below the real cost ee (m), and the difference that the population does not pay is shifted to industrial consumers. This is called cross-subsidization, or more simply, "crossroads."
    2. So, comparing prices in Europe and in Ukraine, it seems that they are comparing the real prices in Europe and the real cost in Ukraine for the industry + "crossroads", i.e. initially, the indicators are not comparable.
    3. In addition, the increase in tariffs for the population in Ukraine is taking place, first of all, in order to get rid of this "crossroads", transferring costs to the population itself, in order to give the industry an opportunity to breathe more freely. We also have proposals to make it from the time of Chubais in RAO "UES" and sooner or later, I think, will achieve their goal.
    4. Also, a significant impact on prices is exerted by a decrease in consumption of ee (m) due to a drop in production. For the cost of maintaining the entire infrastructure is growing, it becomes obsolete and requires more and more funds, and the volume of consumption falls, which leads to an increase per 1 unit of consumption.
    5. New-fashioned Ukrainian fun with games in "green" energy not only costs much more than the traditional one, but additionally destroys the unified energy system by creating decentralized energy supply zones in it, which is obviously an expensive pleasure in itself, but additionally leads consumers away from the EEC.
    6. What does it mean
    Government subsidies and the use of the grid without reorienting to European grids helped keep prices down.
    - it is absolutely impossible to understand, because generation, transmission and sales in Ukraine are mainly in the hands of the oligarchs and state subsidies for private companies are impossible. Although ... in Ukraine, apparently everything is possible. But, most likely, this is precisely the increase in the volume of the "boiler tariff". Let me explain what kind of animal it is ... the tariff system in the energy sector consists of the following links: generation, transmission, sales, + add-ons in the form of auction organizers, dispatchers, etc. As a result, all their costs are summed up and divided by the volume of ee (m), getting the cost, roughly speaking, 1 kW * h. And so, the final payment for the entire chain is collected by the sales force, which, in accordance with the specific weight of the costs of each participant in the chain, is calculated with generation, transmission, etc. But the state, which sets tariffs for sales, never allows generation to include them in full, and apparently, it was by increasing the size of this "boiler" that it "subsidized".
    1. halpat
      halpat 26 August 2020 13: 42
      0
      ... tariffs for the population in Ukraine occurs primarily in order to get rid of this "crossroads", transferring costs to the population itself, in order to give an opportunity to breathe more freely for the industry.

      And there is something to sigh more freely?
      This is how huge factories appear, endless workshops stamping popular goods for the whole world.
      Ships, machines, cars, tractors, computers, mobile phones ...
      Powerful construction industry - bridges, highways, residential buildings are growing like mushrooms!

      But in fact, it is necessary to sigh sadly over the untimely Ukrainian industry, over the unfinished bridges in Kiev and Zaporozhye, for example.
      Integration into the EU is such a complicated thing. Horse racing doesn't help a fig.
      1. Lumpen
        Lumpen 26 August 2020 13: 51
        +2
        Outdated information about bridges in Zaporozhye, take an interest in the implementation of the project "Big Construction"
        1. Atlas
          Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 31
          12
          Quote: Lumpen
          take an interest in the implementation of the "Big Construction" project

          Well that's it, now they are implementing the project and will heal better than in any Landons and Paris. laughing
      2. Avior
        Avior 26 August 2020 14: 20
        +3
        Bridges in Zaporozhye are being built day and night.
        They promise to open the movement this year.
    2. g1v2
      g1v2 26 August 2020 15: 35
      +2
      There is still a trick. Of the 15 power units of Ukrainian nuclear power plants, 10 have plowed up their service life. Life extension for them was in fact paper. That is, there were no events such as annealing the reactor pressure vessel as we have now learned to do or something else. That is, they looked stupidly and decided that they would still plow the top ten. There is a shortage of spare parts and therefore we have created a single pool of spare parts. That is, a broken part such as a pump or a turbine is removed from one station, repaired and put on another. As a result, they constantly break down and the power units are constantly idle for repairs. request
      The Deputy Minister of Energy of Ukraine once said in a program that Ukraine has no money to decommission power units. Again, if as many as 10 units are decommissioned, only Akhmetov's coal-fired thermal power plants can replace them. This means the cost of electricity will rise further. But besides this, there is only one option - to buy electricity from us and from Belarusians. In principle, they do so, but little by little and secretly. They cannot switch to large imports for political reasons.
      In fact, they will still have to take the power units out of service and the money for this will be knocked out of the population. Nowhere else. And Akhmetov will control an increasing percentage of electricity generation - this is also inevitable. And it would be worthwhile for them to subsidize Ukrainian coal mining already today so that Akhmetov does not reduce his enterprises. But it is much cheaper for that now to buy up coal while it is cheap in the world. than to develop production yourself. request
      If the Ukrainian authorities were smarter, they would not be asking for loans from the IMF, but demanding that the EU pay for the decommissioning of these 10 power units, intimidating accidents. Moreover, there have already been precedents - the Ignalina nuclear power plant in Lithuania and the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. The same Lithuanians were given more than 800 million euros for the closure.
      1. RUnnm
        RUnnm 27 August 2020 06: 13
        +1
        Yes, there is. In my text, this is part of the obsolescence of the infrastructure, which requires huge funds to update and maintain.
        And the nuclear power plants, it seems, the cheapest in terms of the cost of ee (m) are being gradually decommissioned at the request of one of the oligarchs, Akhmetov, who is promoting the topic of his "green" energy
        1. g1v2
          g1v2 27 August 2020 14: 46
          +1
          NPPs are certainly the cheapest after hydroelectric power plants, but they stupidly served their time. It is clear that Akhmetov appointed his man as prime minister, so that he would promote his interests such as "green tariff" and so on. But this does not negate the fact that 10 out of 15 NPP power units should be closed, if not yesterday, then today. They stupidly fail one by one - it will not end well. Out of the remaining 5, two of them end their service life this year and they need to make a quality extension. Moreover, our specialists from ROSATOM, after the Ukrainians managed to forget the tampon inside during the repair and put the power unit out of order, they definitely cannot be trusted. request
          PM in any case, generation at nuclear power plants will decrease, and TPP will grow. Therefore, Ukraine has a choice - either Akhmetov and his TPP or import of electricity from abroad. hi
    3. begemot20091
      begemot20091 26 August 2020 22: 15
      -1
      very clever. breathe evenly. what is the production price of 1 kW of electricity? Well, let the CHP. spare me the cleverness and tell everyone here: we pay for the electricity generated by the CHP and pay for the utilization of the "heat" that we drive into our batteries. and every time "smart" people tell us about production costs. that is, having paid twice for the same thing, we also pay for the transportation of all this "good". on each of these sections powerful offices are sitting, receiving millions of salaries. these offices contain saunas, sports teams, media centers and other crap we pay for. they have been building high-voltage lines for years, which construction teams used to erect over the summer. new, practically, not built, but it is fair to cut the loot all. even their pensioners, Gazprom RZD and energy companies, are paying substantial additional payments to their pensions. it is at the expense of other citizens who do not work in these sectors, they promised us in the 90s .... or to promise, does not mean to marry? that is not a day, then reports of the detention of an official and the amount seized from them is more than nine zeros, not counting the "junk". By the way, this is also included in the tariffs. and no need to talk about the intersections. so that there is no such nonsense, reduce the energy consumption of the pro-va. otherwise, they will put a stokilovatnik in a hand drill and pick a hole in the cardboard with a "two" - they are too lazy to look into the cabinet behind the awl. We have been utilizing waste for 30 years, we cannot divide it into fractions, but the prices have already been raised, as if three incinerators were installed in each district. under the USSR, the price of 1 kWh of electricity was 4 kopecks. But to this day, the entire energy system of Russia and the former Soviet states is energy production, built under the USSR. So what has changed in the production of 1 kWh of electricity? never mind. just stupidly added greed and theft. and no theory is needed. where you studied, we taught. if something is not clear, I ask for the 1st course of the thermal power department.
  12. Undecim
    Undecim 26 August 2020 13: 14
    +4
    Again, the unknown author breaks his heart, painting, this time, the suffering of Ukrainian electricity consumers to the great pleasure of hamsters. Something about the topic of gas and oil has subsided.
    1. Igoresha
      Igoresha 26 August 2020 13: 24
      +4
      the gas price has dropped, to the one in the screenshot we add a penny to 3,00 per cubic meter (delivery price, payment for the "pipe")

      1. Undecim
        Undecim 26 August 2020 13: 37
        +9
        You FSE Freti !!! Where does the gas come from? There they freeze without gas, disappear without gasoline, now they will completely fumigate without electricity. From day to day.
        1. Igoresha
          Igoresha 26 August 2020 15: 52
          +3
          Where does the gas come from?
          "Allah gives" (c) at reduced prices, as much as twice compared to last year
  13. Prisoner
    Prisoner 26 August 2020 13: 16
    +2
    Old people are not to be envied.
  14. TAMBU
    TAMBU 26 August 2020 13: 25
    +1
    The index by which Ukraine has caught up and surpassed the countries of the European Union has been named.

    The minimum salary was set at 13590 re (5000 hryvnias) can afford ...
    1. Lumpen
      Lumpen 26 August 2020 13: 58
      +2
      Do you have a minimum wage of 12130 rubles?
      1. TAMBU
        TAMBU 26 August 2020 14: 08
        +2
        here I am about it ...
        1. Lumpen
          Lumpen 26 August 2020 14: 17
          0
          Question: - is the minimum pension at the moment?
          1. Armored beast
            Armored beast 26 August 2020 17: 59
            0
            1772 hryvnia.
      2. Atlas
        Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 34
        18
        Well, they set the minimum wage more than ours, and? their purchasing power is much lower than ours.
  15. Komissar
    Komissar 26 August 2020 13: 28
    -3
    Ukraine is "getting richer" right before our eyes ..))))) So much for you tse Euroop
    1. Atlas
      Atlas 2 September 2020 21: 40
      15
      Quote: Komissar
      Ukraine is "getting richer" right before our eyes

      Yeah, how can we Russians go to Ukraine ... laughing
  16. Lumpen
    Lumpen 26 August 2020 13: 36
    +3
    At the moment, the cost of 1 kW / h is 0,9 UAH up to 100 kW and 1,68 UAH if the consumption is more than 100 kW. per month.
    There is also a "night" rate, but there are problems with the counter.
    Source of information-wife laughing
    1. Armored beast
      Armored beast 26 August 2020 18: 03
      -1
      This is for now. Will be counted soon.
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    1. RUnnm
      RUnnm 26 August 2020 13: 40
      +2
      Because the price, or rather the tariff for the population, is lower than the cost ee
  18. 7,62h54
    7,62h54 26 August 2020 13: 39
    +7
    It is strange that in Ukraine the population pays 4.6 rubles, and I live in Russia 6.05 rubles
    1. TAMBU
      TAMBU 26 August 2020 14: 08
      0
      and an increase of 2 times is expected
      1. 7,62h54
        7,62h54 26 August 2020 14: 34
        +2
        And this despite the fact that the cost of kW in Russia, for example, at hydroelectric power plants is something in the region of 10 kopecks, at thermal power plants about 60 kopecks.
  19. Lesorub
    Lesorub 26 August 2020 13: 49
    0
    A sharp increase in the tariff, for obvious reasons, will hit the wallets of ordinary citizens of Ukraine, whose incomes differ significantly from the incomes of citizens of the countries of the European Union

    Energy prices have long been regulated by the IMF, and not by Ukraine itself - the consequences of European integration).
    1. Mimoprohodil
      Mimoprohodil 26 August 2020 14: 44
      0
      Akhmetov regulates electricity pricing
  20. U-Gin78
    U-Gin78 26 August 2020 13: 52
    -4
    The most alarming thing in the energy sector of the square is that the NPP power units will soon start to fail one by one. Such a chronic sluggish Chernobyl ...
    1. iouris
      iouris 26 August 2020 14: 03
      -1
      Quote: U-Gin78
      Such a chronic sluggish Chernobyl ...

      Yes. But this has not scared anyone for a long time: it should be so.
    2. Avior
      Avior 26 August 2020 18: 56
      +1
      they write this every month
      it will freeze, then the hydroelectric power plant will break through, then the nuclear power plant will soon begin to fail ...
      It is necessary to look at the world somehow more realistically ...
  21. iouris
    iouris 26 August 2020 14: 02
    0
    The high prices are probably offset by the non-obligation of payment. There is some kind of mechanism.
    1. Armored beast
      Armored beast 26 August 2020 18: 05
      +1
      Yeah. Within 2 months they come and cut the wires for non-payment.
  22. Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 26 August 2020 14: 08
    +4
    Wholesale price of electricity in Ukraine turned out to be higher than the average for the European Union

    Just purple ... yes You know, even in the same Ukraine there are people who are not corrupted by the Nazis. Even there there are hard workers who, in order to feed their families, do not take up arms, but go to work, and work in such conditions, whatever they bring ... It is from their opinion that nothing in the country will change (in the near future) ...
    And I will give you an example from my own experience. In 1996, in Kemerovo, 1 kW / h cost 10 rubles (10 kopecks in today's money) from 01.01.2020 1 kW / h costs 3 rubles 59 kopecks. The electricity tariff has grown 25 times in 36 years ... Oh, how!
    I almost forgot to ask who regulates electricity prices in Russia and why? Whatever we want, as on ... repeat
    1. Igoresha
      Igoresha 26 August 2020 15: 55
      +3
      from 01.01.2020 1 kW / h costs 3 rubles 59 kopecks
      those. more expensive than in Ukraine where 1 UAH \ sq.h, i.e. 2,7 rubles. And who could do that?
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  24. Avior
    Avior 26 August 2020 14: 12
    +6
    The anonymous author just turned everything inside out to confuse the reader.
    The price for the population, as he pointed out, in Ukraine is average (depending on the volume of consumption) 1 UAH per kW, that is, 3 euro cents, or 2,7 rubles per kW-h.
    In Europe - 22 euro cents.
    How can you throw something about Ukraine?
    But the author was able to ...
    1. Armored beast
      Armored beast 26 August 2020 18: 08
      +1
      Authors, especially anonymous, they are so ...
  25. Kushka
    Kushka 26 August 2020 14: 43
    +2
    Electricity tariffs in Ukraine and Europe: an interesting overview for owners of solar power plants
    Electricity tariffs in Ukraine and Europe: an interesting overview for owners of solar power plants
    The National Commission for Regulation in the Spheres of Energy and Utilities (NEURCU) will increase the tariff of NEC "Ukrenergo" for electricity transmission by 1% from August 2020, 54,6 - from 155,4 UAH / MWh to 240,23 UAH / MW -h (excluding VAT). This will inevitably lead to an increase in tariffs for the population and industry. Your own solar power plant will provide your home with electricity and stop worrying about the rise in tariffs.

    How much do Europeans pay for electricity?
    Ukraine sells the cheapest electricity to the population. Let's take a look at the ranking of the countries with the lowest electricity tariffs. For convenience, we have converted all prices into hryvnia at the NBU rate.

    Electricity tariffs for the population (price per 1 kWh)

    Country

    Tariff, UAH

    Russia

    1,32

    Ukraine

    1,68

    Bulgaria

    2,95

    Hungary

    3,41

    Estonia

    3,72

    Lithuania

    3,78

    Malta, Romania

    3,88

    Croatia, Iceland

    4,03

    At the same time, the Ukrainian tariff is the most unstable so far. If we take into account the change in the cost of electricity for the year as a percentage, the situation will be as follows:

    Fluctuations in the cost of electricity for 2016-2020:

    Russia - + 5%;
    Ukraine - + 57,9%
    Bulgaria - -2%;
    Hungary - -1,7%;
    Estonia - -4,1%;
    Lithuania - -5,8%.
    In general, the picture is clear: against the background of a small (within 1-5%) decline in electricity prices in the EU countries, the resource is rapidly becoming more expensive in Ukraine. It still remains the lowest in the European part of the continent. However, for economic and political reasons, the price of electricity will continue to grow until it reaches the level of the European one.

    Which European countries have the most expensive electricity?
    Surely you are wondering which of the Europeans pays for the resource the most. We have analyzed this and present you the TOP 5 countries with the highest tariffs.

    Electricity tariffs for the population (price per 1 kWh)

    Country

    Tariff, UAH

    Denmark

    9,51

    Germany

    9,14

    Belgium

    7,81

    Italy

    7,42

    Portugal

    7,23


    Congratulations, lies
    1. Ross xnumx
      Ross xnumx 26 August 2020 16: 14
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      Quote: Kushka
      How much do Europeans pay for electricity?

      According to your calculation in Russia, the average price per 1 kW / h = 3 rubles 64 kopecks. And, interestingly, just over 20% of the Russian population use a tariff lower than that.
      https://yandex.ru/turbo/s/newsment.ru/context/tarify-na-elektroenergiyu-na-2020-god-dlya-naseleniya-tablitsa-po-regionam/
      The most interesting thing is in the table of the North Caucasian Federal District:
      North-Caucasian Federal District
      28 Republic of Dagestan 2,70₽
      29 Republic of Ingushetia 3,73₽
      30 Kabardino-Balkar Republic 3,96₽
      31 Karachay-Cherkess Republic 4,24₽
      32 Republic of North Ossetia - Alania 4,25₽
      33 Chechen Republic 2,81₽
      34 Stavropol Territory RUR 4,79
    2. Armored beast
      Armored beast 26 August 2020 18: 11
      -1
      Did you take the% of salary into account? In Europe and Ukraine?
    3. iouris
      iouris 26 August 2020 21: 45
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      For clarity, it would be necessary to place the average salary of the "middle class" to the right of the tariff. The fact that gasoline in Luxembourg is the most expensive in terms of hryvnia does not mean that gasoline is "expensive" for a Luxembourger.
  26. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 26 August 2020 15: 02
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    laughing Everything is correct. Everything is fine in Ukraine. Its economy and the mentality of its citizens are brought in line with reality. Wealthy Europe has long regretted that it has collected a full carriage of parasites like Italy and Spain, not to mention all sorts of Poland and Latvia. The French and German industries need additional consumers, but Ukraine is already consuming what it needs. And take them fully to Europe and give this mental hospital the right to vote? So it is only in a nightmare. Enough promises. 

    European rogues do not need Ukraine either with their open mouths, they themselves do not have enough crumbs from the master's table. laughing laughing
  27. NF68
    NF68 26 August 2020 16: 04
    -4
    Another achievement of the horses.
    1. Armored beast
      Armored beast 26 August 2020 18: 16
      +1
      He said without understanding: "it is visible to be a flood ..." ©
  28. fa2998
    fa2998 26 August 2020 17: 22
    +4
    I would like to ask, how much did a kilowatt cost in Ukraine until 2014? Now, after "sharp" leaps (covered by all the media), they pay 2,7 rubles each. In the Rostov region, 4,11, if it does not meet the social norm - by 5,60 rubles. It seems that they paid in general KOPEYKI. No budget will master such a subsidy. Before Russia helped a lot, gas at a discount, money for transit, loans, non-refundable loans and you can simply steal fuel from the pipe.
    1. Igoresha
      Igoresha 26 August 2020 18: 39
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      under St. Yanukovych there were blessed times, I remember the poster "Maidan for lowering utility rates", so they reduced that I began to turn on the boiler once every two weeks))
  29. datur
    datur 26 August 2020 23: 56
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    tse geyropeytsy they are such entertainers !!!
  30. Gunter prereen
    Gunter prereen 28 August 2020 09: 45
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    As I understand it, they will now pay about 5,4 rubles, I pay 4,9 at the dacha. It turns out that until July we were more European than u-k-r-s?
  31. Alex Nevs
    Alex Nevs 28 August 2020 09: 47
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    I knew that the experts would catch up and would "face off like in a kindergarten .." And what can be done with these centimeters is a nigugu. Price comparison is a dual system. Income - and Equivalent - Expenses. If they talk about prices, then talk about income.