Who is entitled to a subsidy for electricity in Georgia?

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Subsidies during 2022 will be received by subscribers who are listed in the database of socially unprotected citizens.
Subsidizing the electricity tariff for socially unprotected persons in Georgia will affect only the consumed 200 kWh, Chairman of the National Commission for Energy and Water Supply Regulation of Georgia (GNERC) David Narmania said.
The electricity tariff has increased in Georgia since January 1, 2021 by 3.5 tetri per 1 kW/hour. The Georgian government has decided to pay socially unprotected persons the difference between the increased electricity tariff and the old one.
"A difference of 3.5 tetri per kilowatt will be subsidized for the energy consumed in the amount of 200 kW/hour. Those who consume more than 200 kW/hour per month will pay for the part of the kilowatts spent that will exceed 200 kW/hour at the current tariff," Narmania said in an interview with Palitra TV.
At the same time, he noted that the subscribers registered in the database, whose welfare is estimated at less than 150 thousand points, will receive subsidies throughout the year.
In total, according to the latest data, 310 thousand such families in Georgia are about 1 million citizens, which is about 26.8% of the total population of the country.
The rest of the country's residents will pay according to the existing tariffs, which depend on the amount of electricity consumed. For Tbilisi, the minimum tariff for consumption up to 101 kW/hour is 18,041 tetri, up to 301 kW/hour - 22,053, over 301 – 26,537 tetri.

For the regions, the minimum tariff for consumption up to 101 kW/hour is 17.731 tetri, up to 301 kW /hour - 21.707, over 301 – 26.227 tetri.

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Who is entitled to a subsidy for electricity in Georgia?

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Read: 1096     14:00     20 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

Subsidies during 2022 will be received by subscribers who are listed in the database of socially unprotected citizens.
Subsidizing the electricity tariff for socially unprotected persons in Georgia will affect only the consumed 200 kWh, Chairman of the National Commission for Energy and Water Supply Regulation of Georgia (GNERC) David Narmania said.
The electricity tariff has increased in Georgia since January 1, 2021 by 3.5 tetri per 1 kW/hour. The Georgian government has decided to pay socially unprotected persons the difference between the increased electricity tariff and the old one.
"A difference of 3.5 tetri per kilowatt will be subsidized for the energy consumed in the amount of 200 kW/hour. Those who consume more than 200 kW/hour per month will pay for the part of the kilowatts spent that will exceed 200 kW/hour at the current tariff," Narmania said in an interview with Palitra TV.
At the same time, he noted that the subscribers registered in the database, whose welfare is estimated at less than 150 thousand points, will receive subsidies throughout the year.
In total, according to the latest data, 310 thousand such families in Georgia are about 1 million citizens, which is about 26.8% of the total population of the country.
The rest of the country's residents will pay according to the existing tariffs, which depend on the amount of electricity consumed. For Tbilisi, the minimum tariff for consumption up to 101 kW/hour is 18,041 tetri, up to 301 kW/hour - 22,053, over 301 – 26,537 tetri.

For the regions, the minimum tariff for consumption up to 101 kW/hour is 17.731 tetri, up to 301 kW /hour - 21.707, over 301 – 26.227 tetri.

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