ERA reduces power tariffs

how end –user power tariffs have changed over the years: Sourced from electricity regulatory authority

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Factor. The move was attributed to the appreciation of the Shilling against the dollar.

Kampala. The retail price for power has reduced by between Shs11 and Shs7.8 per unit depending on consumer category.
The Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) has reduced the end–user tariffs for a domestic consumer from Shs651 to Shs640.2 per unit.
A commercial consumer such as a miller or welder will pay Shs578.3 down from Shs587, while the tariff for a medium industrial consumer has reduced from Shs544 to Shs536.2 per unit.
On the other hand, a large industrial consumer will pay Shs361.1 down from Shs369 per unit.
The ERA chief executive officer, Mr Benon Mutambi, attributed this to the appreciation of the Shilling against the dollar and the reduction in the international fuel prices.

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