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The Business Ombudsman Council provides recommendations to state bodies on the basis of individual cases and in accordance with published systemic reports. Here we have collected information on the implementation status of systemic recommendations only.

Report name
Issued recommendations
Execution status

Systemic report "Getting access to electricity"

To hook up a customer’s power unit to power network pursuant to contract only (without filing a separate application).

National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission

Recommendation is no longer relevant
— comments: The new market suggests that the use of electric power is possible in the presence of two contracts, namely, the agreement on the power distribution, concluded between the supplier and the operator of the distribution system, as well as the agreement on the power supply, concluded between the supplier and the customer (business).

To change the moment of signing the supply agreement based on whichever of the following takes place later: commissioning the outside power supply unit or the customer putting its facility into operation.

National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission

Recommendation is no longer relevant
— comments: Due to the effect of "unbundling" rules, the owner of the utility networks (i.e. oblenergo) may not necessarily be a "power supply organization".