No tariff increase for less users

The Public Utilities Commission (PUCSL) had last month approved the new electricity tariff. As per the new tariff, the existing Incremental Block Tariff structure has been changed to a Volume-Differentiated Tariff structure for Domestic (D-1) and Religious (R-1) and General -1 (GP-1) customer categories.When the monthly (30 day) consumption of any consumer belonging to the above categories falls within a certain range (block), the relevant tariff for that range was to be applicable for the entire monthly consumption. (Colombo Gazette) The President made the announcement at the UPFA May Day rally held in Colombo this evening. Electricity tariffs will not be increased for consumers who use less that 60 units per month, President Mahinda Rajapaksa announced today.He also said that concessions will be given to consumers who use less that 180 units of electricity a month. read more



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Croatia demolish Denmark – Wilbeks system broken

croatiaDenmarkhandballhandball matchUlrik WilbekWilbek What a performance! Croatia showed good performances in matches with Korea, Serbia and Hungary, but nobody expected that Balic and Co. will gave a “free handball lesson” to the European champion, team of Denmark – 32:21 (14:9). Ulrik Wilbek couldn’t find any solution for attack of Danish team, who was totally out of control against fantastic Croatian defence.Only in the first 15 minutes, Danes were equal with the winner, but then attack crisis started. Hansen was “cut” by Ivano Balic, Knudsen marked by Gojun and Kopljar. Poor Mogensen, Boesen and Markussen couldn’t find a way to the net of Mirko Alilovic. On the other side was totally different. Croatia had +5 – 13:8 in 27th minute, +9 was  result in 36.minute – 19:10 after which everything was finished… 3 Spain34 5 Serbia42 1 Croatia48 6 Korea40 4 Hungary32 2 Denmark46 ← Previous Story Men’s OG 2012 (Round 4): First wins for Serbia and Tunisia – Sweden secured third place! Next Story → Amazing Icelanders showed that France is beatable again! read more



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