Prime Minister Kaya Kallas. Photo: Andras Kralla
On Thursday, the government did not approve any new measures to support the population in connection with the increase in energy prices, but in the future it is ready to take this step to eliminate bottlenecks, writes rus.err.ee.
“First of all, we discussed bottlenecks in detail, including bringing additional production capacity to market to avoid repeating price peaks where we are stuck and need help to continue developing renewable energy sources,” said Prime Minister Kaya Kallas …
The government also oversees the energy reimbursement application process. Tartu will pay the first benefits as early as Thursday, Kallas said.
“We take feedback and criticism very seriously about bottlenecks in support measures and are committed to making changes to the system so people can get help,” Callas said, adding that changes to the measures will be discussed next week.
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