Utilities tariffs from July 1, 2018 in Russia
The cost of housing services rises annually. In 2018, an increase in tariffs for hot water, heating, gas and energy supply is planned from July 1 in all regions of the Russian Federation.
How much tariffs will grow
The average increase is set by the Government. According to the head of the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation, tariffs will increase by an average of 4%. As the official noted, the current increase will be the lowest in the last couple of years.
|Growth rates (%)|
|Ossetia, Novosibirsk region||3|
|Adygea, Altai, Buryatia, Dagestan, Kabardino-Balkaria, Kalmykia, Karachay-Cherkessia, Mari El, Udmurtia, Chechnya, Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad, Leningrad, Murmansk and Pskov regions||3-3,5|
|Ingushetia, Karelia, Komi, Mordovia, Tatarstan, Chuvashia, Altai, Trans-Baikal, Krasnodar and Primorsky Territories||
|Bashkortostan, Tyva, Khakassia, Kamchatka, Irkutsk, Kemerovo, Kirov, Novgorod, Tomsk Regions, Moscow||5- 5,9|
|St. Petersburg, Yakutia||6|
The rise in prices of which utility services to expect
Dmitry Medvedev said that the average increase in utility tariffs is 4%. At the same time, some utilities may become more expensive by 6%, while others - by 2%, thus the balance will be maintained.
Most noticeably, since July 1, hot water will rise in price - by about 10.6%. The increase in payments for the use of electricity on average will be 5.4-5.9%. The cost of natural gas will increase by an average of 3%.
For 52 categories of Russians, there are exemptions for payment of housing and public utilities, including: the poor, large families, the disabled, pensioners, veterans, etc.
Growth rates in specific cities
We have already said that a minimal increase in tariffs is expected in the Novosibirsk region and Ossetia. In St. Petersburg and Yakutia, on the contrary, citizens will have to pay for the use of benefits much more than at present. But in the Crimea and Sevastopol, utility prices will not rise. What exactly is waiting for the residents of large cities of our country?
In the capital, from July 1, 2018, the amount in receipts for payment of utility bills will increase by about 5.5%. Thus, for 1 kW of electricity, Muscovites, in whose apartments an electric stove is installed, will have to pay 4.3, using a gas stove - 5.38 rubles. Differentiated rate will also grow.So, in the daytime, the cost of a kilowatt of energy will be 4.95 / 6.19 p., At night - 1.35 / 1.92 p. for residents with electric / gas stove, respectively.
The tariff for thermal energy will grow by slightly more than 67 rubles per Gcal, - 1745.86 instead of 1678.72.
The price will rise by 4.03 rubles a cubic meter of hot water, its cost will be 104.75.
For 1 m3 of cold water, as well as drainage, you will have to pay 30.09 rubles.
The price of natural gas will be increased from 5,971.95 to 6,175.17 rubles / 1000 m3.
The maximum increase in the cost of utilities will be felt by residents of the northern capital.
The price of 1 kW will increase from 4.32 to 4.53 (in houses with gas stoves) and from 3.24 to 3.40 (for those who use electric stoves in apartments).
For heat, you will have to pay not 1678.72 rubles / Gcal, as it was before June 30, but 1,745.86.
Rises to 104.7 p. / M3 and the cost of hot water. The price of cold water, as well as drainage, will be 30.09 p. / M3.
The cost and 1 cubic meter of gas will increase - up to 6175.17 rubles.
Revised electricity tariffs will be in Yekaterinburg. If until June 30, the owners of houses and apartments of 1 kW cost 3.71 rubles, then from July 1 they will have to pay 3.89.
More expensive cold water and drainage. For each cubic meter you will need to pay out 35.18 and 21.66 rubles, respectively.
The price of hot water from July 1, 2018 for residents of Yekaterinburg will be 33.79 rubles.
For heat in the apartments will need to pay 1205.85 p. / Gcal.
The cost of 1 cubic meter of natural gas used for cooking and water heating is 4.53 / 4.89 rubles (in the presence / absence of metering devices).
Residents of Kuban, too, will not bypass the rise in prices for housing and communal services. So, 17 kopecks will have to pay more for each kilowatt of electricity, to be more precise, from July 1, the tariff will be 4.61 rubles / kW.
The cost of 1 cubic meter of gas will be 5.27 instead of the usual 5.11 rubles.
At 4.2% more will be forced to pay residents of Krasnodar for cold water and sewage - 37.8 and 26.35 rubles, respectively.
For the residents of Rostov-on-Don, new electricity tariffs have been set at 3.83 and 5.34 rubles (with electricity consumption within the social norm and above).
A cubic meter of cold water will rise in price by 61 kopecks, now its price is 28.33 rubles. At the same rate will increase and the tariff for water disposal, as a result, residents of Rostov will have to pay 28.74 p. / M3.
There is also good news - the tariff for heat energy will remain the same, namely, 2,284.35 p. / Gcal.
Electricity charges will increase in Ryazan from 4.18 rubles per kW to 4.38.
2.9% more citizens will have to pay and for heat energy - 2080.81 / Gcal.
More expensive, slightly less than 2%, cold water - 26.11 p. (instead of the current 25.62).
The water disposal tariff will increase by 3%, so 25.74 rubles will have to be paid for each cubic meter.
For the population of Samara, the electricity tariff was set at 4 p. / kW
The cost of cold water supply and drainage will increase to 27.74 and 14.74, respectively.
Blue fuel from July 1, 2018 will cost 7.26 / m3.
Samara residents will be forced to pay 1,605.98 rubles per gigacalorie of thermal energy.
The adjustment of utility tariffs is planned in Tyumen. Since July 1, a kilowatt of electricity will cost 1.95 rubles, which is 3.7% more than in the first half of 2018.
Gas will rise in price by 3.3%, so a cubic meter will cost 5.3 rubles.
Payment for heat in apartments will also increase - 1247.14 / Gcal.
Cold water and drainage will cost 30.9 and 19.5 rubles per cubic meter, respectively.
The increase in utility tariffs from July 1, 2018 will affect almost the entire population of the country. You can find out the exact rates not only from the receipts that will come in early August, but also on the website of the mayor's office of your city.