Guernsey Gas and Kosangas (Guernsey) announced today (Friday) it has become necessary to increase its tariffs by 3% from 23rd January 2013 as a result of global increases in Natural Gas and LPG prices.There is, however, no increase in the standing charge.
‘The decision to increase tariffs has been taken very reluctantly but is one that has been forced upon us as a result of further global increases in wholesale energy prices,’ said commercial director John Davies.
‘Propane prices are forecast to stay at these high levels for the foreseeable future.’
Mr Davies added:
‘Guernsey Gas and Kosangas (Guernsey) will continue to review feedstock prices throughout the coming months to ensure all tariffs remain reflective of market wholesale prices. Both downward and upward movements are possible as the market forecasts do not always prove accurate. We remain committed to ensuring tariffs represent good value in relation to the price of the wholesale product and our efficiency run utility business operating in Guernsey.’
Guernsey Gas and Kosangas (Guernsey) encourage all customers to ensure their gas appliances; systems and controls are operating correctly in order to save energy.
Customers concerned about their energy bills are invited to contact the Guernsey Gas team on telephone number 724811, visit The Energy Centre at Admiral Park or visit gsygas.com for energy saving advice.
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