RAB-tariffs, a make or break demand by foreign investors interested in privatizing state-owned energy companies
Friday, June 15, 2018

RAB-tariffs, a make or break demand by foreign investors interested in privatizing state-owned energy companies

RAB-tariffs, a make or break demand by foreign investors interested in privatizing state-owned energy companies, will be studied by a new government working group, promises Oleksandr Saienko, the minister in charge of privatization. RAB – or Regulatory Asset Base – tariffs are long term tariffs designed to encourage investment in expanding and modernizing energy infrastructure. Referring to state-owned energy companies, Saienko writes on Facebook: “A group will be created to study the issue of privatization of a number of oblenergos, and, in this context, the issue of introducing incentive regulation, the so-called RAB-tariff.”

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