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Manx Utilities Authority - 'We could see tariff increases in 2023'

Lught-Reill Bun-Shirveishyn Vannin – 'Oddagh shin fakin bishaghey ayns taillaghyn 'sy vlein 2023'

Streean er priosyn ec y traa t'ayn derrey 31 Mee Vayrnt 'sy vlein shoh cheet

Ta Bun-Shirveishyn Vannin gra nagh vod eh cur ass yn choontey bishaghey ayns taillaghyn lectragh lurg da'n streean er priosyn ec y traa t'ayn cheet gys jerrey dy moghey 'sy vlein shoh cheet.

Mee Luanistyn hug yn reiltys streean er costyssyn lectragh ayns Ellan Vannin derrey 31 Mee Vayrnt myr freggyrt da'n chreoighys ayns costys bea.

Agh ta foast an-hickyrys ayn mychione cre cho costallagh oddys coontyssyn y ve lurg da'n aght coadee shen ve scughit magh.

Hug yn Caairlagh Tim Johnston y smooinaghtyn echey er imnea mychione gennidyn cummyssagh dy ghas oddys myr eiyrtys jannoo er cooid lectragh.

AS TIM JOHNSTON : Ta shin jannoo ymmyd jeh mooarane gas dy ghientyn y lectragh ain: myr shoh ta linney-phiob gas ain. Agh ta reihyn elley ain neesht. Ta cooyl-choarys ain 'syn Ellan, ny cooyl-jeshaghtyn diesel ain oddys cooney lhien neesht. Myr shoh ta barrant aym er, dy vel ny strughtooryn ain dy chur as dy reayll rish ny ta'n Lught-Reill Bun-Shirveishyn ayns reiughid er n'yannoo dy mie er bastal rish earroo dy vleeantyn, shen dy chooilleeney keim feer ard dy hurdremid. 

 

Prices are currently capped until 31 March next year

Manx Utilities says it can't rule out electricity tariff increases once the current cap on prices lifts early next year.

In August government capped electricity costs on the Isle of Man until 31 March in response to the cost of living crisis.

But uncertainty remains as to how expensive bills could be once that buffer is removed.

Chair Tim Johnston gave his thoughts on concerns of possible gas shortages which could in turn affect electrical supplies:
 

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