By ordering the inhabitants of Poland to replace coal stoves with gas, electric or oil stoves, the society condemned the society to high bills. Now they promise to help with the fees.
It is no secret that recently an increasing number of people in Poland see the rulers maneuvering in the finances of the economy to take away from themselves responsibility for the worsening welfare of the society.
Mateusz Morawiecki promises a law to help with high bills for heating
Meanwhile, many recall government pressure to replace the coal furnace as soon as possible, depending on the furnace class, by the end of 2021 or later. Specific deadlines were set, with serious financial consequences.
After many complied with government decisions and replaced coal stoves with gas or electric ones, the government and individual departments decide to raise bills for electricity and gas, as well as fuel prices, food, increases in interest rates after previously promised not to happen.
With district heating companies starting to apply for a tariff increase, and household budgets barely crumbling after the recent bill increases and all fees, the government is promising to introduce a law to support citizens heating their homes with pellets, LPG or heating oil. The bill was prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Climate, and Mateusz Morawiecki announced its presentation on August 4 this year.
It turns out that tomorrow we will get to know the draft of the next law created in order to remove from us the effects of inflation in the country for a long time.
The President of the Energy Regulatory Office, Rafał Gawin, in one of the radio interviews, said something about something , which has nothing to do with the assurances of Mateusz Morawiecki that the bills will not increase by over 100%. “The increases are very different, at the level of at least several dozen percent, which is due to the prices of gas and coal.
Tariffs reflect the situation on the market, especially the prices of energy raw materials. is to approve the tariff, because if it is not approved, the company may go bankrupt, and this is a much more dangerous scenario for the client “- he said. 200%, and even by 300%. Faced with such decisions, will owners of newer coal stoves decide to replace them on time, seeing the effects of government action?