"The overall level of payments has grown significantly in all regulatory areas (from 4% to 17%). Full and timely financing of subsidies can reach 100%," the NEURC press service reports.
Thus, according to the commission, the level of payments for natural gas in 2017 was 17% higher than in 2016, for heating - 13% higher (up to 97% against 84% in 2016), for electricity - 4% higher (up to 98% against 94% in 2016).
The level of payments for energy resources and utilities in 2017 grew from 4% to 17%.
At the same time, the level of payments for water supply services fell by 6%, but still remained high (95%).