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The cost of electricity has increased again

The cost of electricity has increased again

State electricity authority Kib-Tek raised prices by 15 percent from November 1, and prices will rise again by 7 percent from December 1.

This is the fourth price increase in 2023.

Depending on the amount of electricity consumed, the uniform tariff for the population from 0 to 250 kW ranges from 2.5199 to 2.6963 Turkish lira; The tariff for households for 251–500 kW has been increased from 5.1986 TL to 5.5625 TL; The residential tariff for 501–750 kW has been increased from 5.5897 TL to 5.9810 TL; The tariff for the population for 751–1000 kWh increased from 6.0590 TL to 6.4831 TL, and for over 1000 kWh - from 7.2321 TL to 7.7383 TL.

For the three-phase tariff for the population, the price increased from 7.1919 TL to 7.6952 TL during peak hours (from 17:00 to 22:00); from 5.1987 to 5.5625 TL during regular hours (from 07.00 to 17.00) and from 3.4270 to 3.6668 TL during off-peak hours (from 22.00 to 07.00).

reports Yeniduzen.


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