Information on changes in electricity tariffs for households occurred from 2015 to 2021. The tariffs were clarified by consumer group, location, and volume of electricity consumption.
In addition, if there is metering of electricity consumption for periods of time, consumer settlements are made at a fixed price using coefficients (at the consumer's choice):
1) by two-zone differentiation by periods:
- 0.5 fixed price from 11 pm to 7 am;
- full fixed price at other hours of the day.
2) by three-zone differentiation by periods:
- 1.5 fixed price from 8 am to 11 am and from 8 pm to 10 pm;
- full fixed price from 7 am to 8 am, from 11 am to 8 pm, from 10 pm to 11 pm;
- 0.4 fixed price from 11 pm to 7 am.
By the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers № 474 of 14 May 2021 the Government introduced the ceiling prices of diesel and gasoline. The respective prices were calculated every 10 days based on the data on average value of 1 liter of ULSD 10 ppm and 1 liter of GASOLINE 10 ppm gasoline provided by Platts Agency. The final price includes the maximum trade margin of 7 UAH for diesel and 5 UAH for gasoline as well, as customs duties and VAT.
The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers № 594 of 17 May 2022 passed a decision to refuse state regulation of fuel prices. Accordingly, from the date of entry into force of the Resolution (May 20, 2022), operators of filling stations independently set the cost of gasoline and diesel.
Information about the total volume of fuelwood sold in Ukraine, the total cost and average price of one cubic meter of wood. The term "fuel wood" includes timber used as fuel for cooking, heating, or energy production, timber from main trunks, branches, and other parts of trees, the timber used to produce charcoal, pellets, and other agglomerates, and wood obtained from roundwood directly from the forest to be used as fuel.
The data are not included the temporarily occupied territory of AR Crimea, Sevastopol and part of the temporarily occupied territories in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Information on tariffs for electricity supply services for each Universal Service Supplier (USS) and information on the NEURC resolutions that regulate the setting of appropriate tariffs.
The tariff is calculated in accordance with the tariff structure established by the NEURC, and the tariff includes economically justified costs and calculated profit.
Information on the structure of expenditures for the thermal energy production, transportation, and supply for the needs of the population, budgetary institutions, religious organizations and other consumers, as established by the relevant NEURC resolutions. Such expenditures include fuel costs, plant technology requirements, labour costs, heat transportation, financial costs and estimated profits. Part of the above-mentioned cost elements and the planned sales of thermal energy for each licensee is equal to the amount of the set heat tariffs.
Information on double-rate tariffs for heat energy, which are calculated by licensees and set by the NEURC separately for the households, budget institutions, religious organizations and other consumers.
The double-rate tariff is the cost of a unit (1 Gcal) of heat energy sold to consumers and is divided into the conditionally variable (payment for actually consumed heat energy) and conditionally fixed (subscriber fee) parts of the tariff. The principle of the two-rate tariff is simple: the amount that heat consumers must pay in the heating season is divided into equal installments throughout the year, thereby reducing the financial burden on consumers.
Information on single-rate tariffs for heat energy, which are calculated by licensees and set by the NEURC separately for households, public institutions, religious organizations and other consumers.
The single-rate tariff is the cost of a unit (1 Gcal) of heat energy sold to consumers and is paid according to the volumes consumed during the heating season.
The file contains the average annual values of electricity supply tariffs, i.e., one indicator per year for each consumer class.
Information on prices for universal services for small non-household consumers, which are included in the category of consumers of universal services. The data are presented in the context of Universal Service Suppliers (USS) and Distribution System Operators (DSO), to the networks to which the consumers of the relevant USS are connected. The category and class of consumers are also specified.