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|Gov’t, Region 10 agree on terms of reference for technical team …looking into Linden electricity tariffs|
|Wednesday, 08 August 2012 22:43|
THE GOVERNMENT and the Region 10 administration yesterday agreed on the terms of reference for the technical team to be established to examine all aspects of electricity generation, distribution and tariffs in Linden.
The terms of reference are:
1. To review the existing provision and consumption of electricity in the Linden community, including the history, the costs, the tariff structure, and the subsidies;
2. To consider arrangements to provide electricity to the Linden community and the tariffs to sustain such arrangements within a sustainable time frame;
3. To examine Region 10's economic circumstances inclusive of the affordability of increased cost;
4. To consider the advantages and disadvantages of the integration of the supply of electricity in the Linden area into the national grid; and,
5. To examine and make recommendations on cost saving measures and options for alternative energy, including the facilitation of conservation education and conservation.
The technical team will report to the two sides fortnightly and will present their final report within 60 days.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2012 22:56|
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