Minister Demir says, “The energy crisis is not the time for reform, which raises the bill for many people.” It is now announcing that it is going to the Brussels Court of Appeal against the VREG’s decision, the first time the government has ever taken it to court.
“Although I have nothing to say to VREG in the strict sense of the word, I promised Parliament and the people that I would exhaust all means, including legal means, to prevent the introduction of the capacity tariff in its current form and at this time,” Demir says. You go to the Court of Appeal because that is the way by law.
Research shows that capacity tariffs could drive up the bill for 40 percent of households. “Implementing such a change in energy bills during an energy crisis where an increasing number of families are already living in a very difficult situation worries me a lot.”
“At the moment, there is also no certainty that this energy crisis will be over by this winter, on the contrary. I therefore propose to postpone the capacity tariff again until the situation stabilizes sufficiently”And the You write in a letter to VREG.
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