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    Poland to freeze electricity prices for households in 2023

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    A plan to freeze the cost of the first 2,000 kilowatt-hours of household electricity used in 2023 has been approved by the Polish government.

    On Monday night, the Polish Council of Ministers decided to implement a three-stage tariff on domestic electricity bills.

    For electricity consumption of 2,000, 2,600, and 3,000 kilowatt-hours in the upcoming year, different rates were established.

    Without an increase in consumption of up to 2,000 kilowatt-hours, Poles will continue to pay their bills. For people with disabilities, this cap will be 2,600 kilowatt hours, while it will be 3,000 kilowatt hours for large families and farmers.

    There will be 17 million households that profit from the “frozen” prices, according to calculations.

    Additionally, households in the nation will receive an additional 10% discount on their bills for reducing their electricity consumption by 10%.

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