The management calculated incorrectly – is now thrown out in the cold


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In December 2021, Gudenådalen’s Energy Company was highlighted as one of how much the rising heat prices can hit Danes on the wallet.

The East Jutland energy company thus announced price increases of 185 percent in 2022.

But that calculation was incorrect, and therefore the rest of the board at a meeting on 13 January expressed distrust of both chairman Preben Sørensen and treasurer Per Dalgaard, who both chose to resign. The new board of directors then fired the company’s director, Jan Dansbo.

This is stated by Gudenådalen’s Energy Company in one Press release.

The new chairman of the board, Allan Krantz Jensen, talks about the reason for the erroneous announcement in December.

“There have been some ambiguities in these calculations that formed the basis for the increase. And it is also on the basis of some data that has come from the former chairman and treasurer, “he says to the local media.

Allan Krantz Jensen also says that the error was discovered because members of the energy company’s board during the Christmas holidays decided to calculate the prices themselves.

Gudenådalens Energiselskab writes in the press release that during this week information will be sent out to customers about the future plans for the company as well as a fixed maximum price for the heat supply in 2022.

Negotiations

In recent times, energy prices have risen markedly, which affects many Danes in the private economy. In November, the government presented a so-called heat package of 100 million kroner, which was to be distributed in the municipalities and which was to help cover the price increases.

Since then, high prices have continued, as has political pressure to secure further aid. That is why the parliamentary parties will meet on Tuesday for initial discussions on how best to handle the rising energy prices.


Source: www.berlingske.dk by www.berlingske.dk.

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