Ukrainian Ministry of Economy has published the Forecast of Economic and Social Development of Ukraine for 2022-2024. According to the document, tariffs for hot water and heating will increase by 33% in 2021. The forecast is published on the ministry's website.
To be more specific, the tariffs for hot water and heating may increase by 6% in 2022, and in 2023, 2024 - by 5%. According to forecasts, tariffs for centralized water supply and wastewater disposal will also increase this year by 20%, in 2022 – by 11%, in 2023 - by 5%, in 2024 - by 5%.
In addition, the maintenance of buildings, structures and adjacent territories cost increases: in 2021 and 2022 - by 10%, in 2023 and in 2024 - by 5%.
As it was reported earlier, heating and hot water prices would be raised by 20% at the beginning of a new heating season due to the increase in Ukrainian Naftogaz gas prime cost.
It was also reported that from July 1, the price of electricity may rise from the current $0.06 to more than $0.11 per kW. This will happen if none of the alternatives to the current Public Service Obligation (PSO) is approved by the beginning of the month.