The Institute for Development Policy in Kosovo (INDEP) has proposed a three-tariff structure for the price of electricity.
In a press conference, this institute has proposed the division of tariffs for those who spend under 600 kilowatts per month, those from 600 to 1200 kilowatts per month and the latter with over 1200 kilowatts per month.
According to the proposal, for consumers who would spend up to 600 kilowatts per month, the price increase would be 5.5 percent, for those from 600-1200kW to 70 percent and those over 1200kW an 80 percent price increase. According to INDEP, this proposal is lower than the one presented by ERO. According to this institute, the ERO report leads to a price increase for those who spend over 600KW over 200 percent.
INDEP has said that it will send the proposals as written comments to ERO.
In the reasoning of this proposal, Liron Gjocaj, researcher at INDEP, said that the proposal that they consume up to 600KW per month not to have an increase in the price of electricity, would reduce interest in efficiency measures.