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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 "Natural monopolies vs. competitive business: how to improve relations"

To hold additional public hearings while preparing a Draft Law "On amending certain legislative acts regarding the hooking-up fees..." to consider issues that arise when the customer's facilities are being hooked up to power grids and to discuss in detail possible ways to regulate them through legislation, including issues of greater access to information on the network conditions, available capacities, open register of hook-ups, etc.

National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission

Recommendation is no longer relevant
— comments: To date, the issue of broadening access to information on the state of networks and available capacity, keeping record of the hook-up register has not been regulated at the legislative level yet.

To provide a training program for both the staff and licensees on the RAB methodology application.

National Energy and Utilities Regulatory Commission

Recommendation is no longer relevant
— comments: Educational activities for the NEURC staff and licensees in the spheres of water-, heat supply and sewage (i.e. training programs, workshops, seminars) are being conducted within the frameworks of the USAID Municipal Energy Reform Program in Ukraine (MERP) that is implemented in accordance with the annual working plans.