As part of the tariff segmentation initiative being promoted by the national government, Victoria Tolosa Paz, the national deputy for the Front of All (FdT), confirmed on Tuesday that there will be six months during which customers will be able to register their residential gas and electricity metres to have the ability to move them into “the full category.”
“We are going to conduct a distribution effort that is going to last for the next six months to make sure that everyone is aware of the segmentation of the rates.
The information needed to bring the sectors into the full category is expected to be collected between June and December. The user must register to be able to check what metre will correspond to their account “During an interview with Radio 10, he made such remarks.
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The system of tariff segmentation for customers of public services of electricity and natural gas by the network was put into place by the government the week before last. Today, the Télam agency assured their customers that “90 per cent would not have additional hikes in their rates in the balance of the year.”
As was conveniently stated, the segmentation process places consumers into one of three distinct segments.
If there are no subsidies, the entire rate will only be paid by the top 10 per cent of taxpayers who have the highest economic potential.
Victoria Tolosa Paz’s Statement
Victoria Tolosa Paz stated that workers who make “more than $330,000 would no longer receive the subsidy in rates” within this framework.
However, to implement this precaution, they will require registration from every user.
According to the lawmaker from La Plata, “there are 25 per cent of the metres in Argentina that do not know who they relate to.”
“Nobody inquires about the change in ownership; instead, they just enter the information into the registration and tell us which metre services the house. Others industries that can pay higher gas and electricity prices will be required to do so to assist those that are unable to do so themselves “, came the verdict to him.