Group sees ceiling of 5 baht a unit
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) expects the new mid-year power tariff, which is used to calculate electricity bills, to not exceed 5 baht per kilowatt-hour (unit) following a drop in liquefied national gas (LNG) prices.
The current rate for businesses, in effect from January to April, is 5.33 baht a unit.
Energy authorities are discussing the adjustment of the tariff, to be imposed from May to August.
The decrease in LNG prices will lower the fuel tariff (Ft), a key component of the power tariff, which will eventually lead to cheaper electricity bills,…