How much will electricity cost in Moscow from 1 July 2016?
How much will electricity cost in Moscow from 1 July 2016?

Another increase in the cost of electricity is expected by Russians already From 01 July 2016. It is planned to switch to a new payment system for electricity consumption. Now, even if the housing is empty, no one lives there, the owner will still have to pay a monthly fee that will go to the maintenance of electricity networks and will be included in the total payment.
In addition, in Moscow from 01 July 2016 year the cost of electricity usage will rise by almost 15 percent, this is one of the biggest increases in prices in the country. Soon the Russians will only work for a communal.
In the case of a onepart tariff for the flow of 1 kilowatt hour, you will have to pay 5 rubles 38 kopecks.
In the case of a tariff for two day / night zones, then dnm for 1 kilowatt hour should be paid 6 rubles 19 kopecks, and night use of electricity will cost only 1 ruble 64 kopecks. As always, the washing machine and dishwasher will be operated at night.
With a tariff that is divided into 3 zones, the most expensive tariff will most likely hit your pocket and cost 6,41 a ruble, the second zone (halfpeak period) is slightly cheaper than 5,32 ruble and the cheapest night rate is only 1,64 ruble per kilowatt hour.

Tariffs for electricity in Moscow from 1 July 2016 yearwill grow compared to the beginning of the year.
The increase in electricity prices from the second half of the year will be not only in the capital, but throughout Russia. But it is in Moscow that the increase in value will be the most significant.
Detailed information aboutof electricity from the second half of the year in Moscowcan be seen on the table below.
For all the details of the cost of electricity for the second, and also for the first halfyear, read here.

Light again rises in price, with 1 July new tariffs for electricity are being introduced in Moscow, so the payment for June will still be made according to the old amount, and then the calculation will go in a new way, the rise in price takes place every year, the government explains that by inflation.

Unfortunately, all Muscovites from 01.07.2016 year expect the next jump in prices for housing and communal services.
As it became known for electricity from the summer 2016 year will have to pay
In the table below you can find out about the increase in tariffs in more detail.

Tariffs for electricity in Moscow, I always look at the official website of the electricity supplier Mosenergosbyt, also the current electricity tariffs are always printed in receipts, which are laid out on the mailboxes.
Now closer to the point. Since 1 July of 2016, electricity tariffs have increased again:
If the apartment has a gas stove and a onetariff meter, then the tariff is 5 rubles 38 cents.
If the apartment has an electric stove and a onetariff counter, the tariff is 3 ruble 77 cents.
If the apartment has a gas stove and a twotariff counter, then the nightly rate is 1 ruble 64 pennies.
If the apartment has a gas stove and a twotariff counter, then the tariff in the daytime is 6 ruble 19 kopecks.
If the apartment has an electric stove and a twotariff counter, then the night rate is 1 ruble 15 kopecks.
If the apartment has an electric stove and a twotariff counter, then the night rate is 4 ruble 4 kopecks.
If the apartment has a gas stove and a multitariff meter, then the nightly rate is 1 ruble 64 pennies.
If the apartment has a gas stove and a multitariff counter, then the tariff in the semipeak time (10.0017.00; 21.0023.00) is 5 ruble 32 pennies.
If the apartment has a gas stove and a multitariff counter, then the tariff at peak time (7.0010.00; 17.0021.00) is 6 ruble 41 kopeck.
If the apartment has an electric stove and a multitariff meter, then the night rate is 1 ruble 15 kopecks.
If an electric stove and a multitariff counter are installed in the apartment, the tariff in the semipeak time (10.0017.00; 21.0023.00) is 3 ruble 71 pennies.
If the apartment has an electric stove and a multitariff counter, then the tariff at peak time (7.0010.00; 17.0021.00) is 4 ruble 49 kopeck.

In Moscow, with 1 July, the cost of electricity will significantly increase, and Moscow will be the leader by the level of increase, electricity will rise in price by 15%.
Of course, in other regions of Russia, tariffs are also expected to increase, but unlike Moscow they will not increase very much.
Starting with 1 July residents of the capital will have to pay for light, already at such rates:

As far as I know, the next increase in payment for electricity will take place on Friday, 1 July 2016, not only in Moscow, but in all other cities of the Russian Federation. However, it is in the Russian capital that electric energy from this day will go up immediately at 15 percent, and the cost of one kilowatthour for a onepart tariff will be 5 rubles 38 kopecks.

The New 2016 year has begun, and we everywhere hear that it will be more difficult for the majority of Russians. First of all, because inflation is growing, and salaries and pensions behind it are not keeping pace.
On the rise in price of utilities from 1 July 2016 year everyone knows. In different cities and regions it will be different. The largest increase (in percentage terms) will be in the capital of Russia  Moscow and "northern capital";  St. Petersburg.
But among all utilities there will also be differences in the value of the price increase. As for electricity charges, for Moscow this service will grow in price most significantly. The numbers are from 7 to 15%. How it looks for Muscovites living in apartments equipped with ordinary or electric stoves, and also depending on the installed meter can be found in the resolution of the Regional Energy Commission of Moscow. This document, which has a number426uhwas signed18 December 2015 year,so the new prices are a gift for the Muscovites.
These tariffs apply to Muscovites, ordinary consumers.A few other tariffs will be inNovomoskovsk and Troitsk administrative districts of the capital.You can see the prices here on this site.

Tariffs for electricity in Moscow with 1 and 2016 changed year, and went up by 10  15 percent, that's the tariffs for electricity in Moscow (without the Troitsk and Novomoskovsk administrative district)

From July 1, tariffs for housing and communal services will grow throughout Russia.
In Moscow, the rise in the price of electricity tariffs will be one of the largest in the country. On average, Muscovites will have to pay 15% more for electricity.
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