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Freeze gas prices in 2023 for households without an income limit and a gas supplement.  Whose?  What is the gas price cap in 2023?  The government approved the bill

Gas price freeze in 2023 for households without income limit, but VAT goes up. New gas supplement for the poor. What is the gas price cap in 2023? The government approved the bill





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Freezing the price of gas in 2023 without the income standard! What is the gas price cap in 2023? The Cabinet approved a bill to freeze gas prices in 2023


Frozen gas prices in 2023 will cover everyone! The Cabinet approved a draft law to freeze gas prices in 2023 without the income standard. Gas prices will be frozen to the price level of 2022 or so, and the poorest will also get a gas supplement. What is the gas price cap in 2023?

Contents

  1. Freezing the price of gas and gas supplements in 2023
  2. What is the gas price cap in 2023
  3. From January 2023, the value added tax on gas will increase
  4. Energy company compensation

Freezing the price of gas and gas supplements in 2023

In 2023, gas fees for households in communities, cooperatives and sensitive entities will be frozen at the level of 2022. The Prime Minister had announced earlier that the government will most likely decide to apply the income standard, which means that gas subsidies in 2023 will not apply to everyone. However, this will not happen. The frozen gas tariff principle will apply to everyone, regardless of the income threshold. in addition to Gas supplement will be provided to the poor, i.e. reimbursement of VAT costs incurred. We write here About the gas supplement for 2022

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What is the gas price cap in 2023

It will be put into operation in 2023 Gas price cap – about PLN 200 net/MWh.

From January 2023, the value added tax on gas will increase

At the same time, the value-added tax on gas will return to the previous rate from January 2023. Currently, under the anti-inflation shield, the value-added tax on gas is 0%.

Let us remind you that gas tariffs for households are frozen until the end of the year. The law expires in December 2022, so the government has prepared a new solution. The gas price cap is currently PLN 200.17 per 1 MWh.

Energy company compensation

The government also announced that a compensation mechanism for energy companies would be introduced.

Source: PAP, Twitter