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The research evaluates the possibilities to reduce the Cross-Subsidisation rate and submits the optimal solutions for Cross-Subsidisation curtailment in transmission rates between household and other electricity consumers.
The research evaluates the possibilities to reduce the Cross-Subsidisation rate and submits the optimal solutions for Cross-Subsidisation curtailment in transmission rates between household and other electricity consumers.
Authors identified indicators, the disclosure of which will increase the information content of the water supply sector when introducing a new regulation method.
In 2018, water supply and sanitation companies received a loss of 11.75 billion rubles. 80 % of organizations were operating at a loss. Depreciation of some objects exceeds 60 % and determines the need to attract investment.
The objective of the research is to develop optimal strategy proposals for creating a common market in energy and electricity in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), provided for by the "Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union".

Russian transport complex is a resource-intensive sector of the national economy. The population Russian transport complex is a resource-intensive sector of the national economy. The population prosperity and current national economy climate depend on its sustainable work. However, the high proportion of infrastructure in the transportation process requires a significant amount of financialresources involvement. Therefore, government supports the transport complex by subsidy. This article demonstrates the need to increase the railway companies’ government support. A comparative analysis of state support between aviation, rail and road transport is presented. The necessity of development of high-speed railway communications has been proven.

This article analysis the first results of the comparative method application for fixing regulated retail markups of default electricity suppliers in Russia. The goal of the comparative method adoption is the improvement of default electricity supplier’s effectiveness. Legislative analysis displayed that the comparative method normalizes the default electricity supplier’s yardstick revenue rates and limits the retail markups increase factors, mainly by the consumer price index. However, new methodology application during the transition period shows outstripping inflation growth rate of default electricity supplier’s retail markups. We have discovered that in most Russian regions it was driven by the base period costs diminishing and (or) ‘yardstick cost’ limits inflating. Therefore, authors assume that after transition period expiry default electricity supplier’s retail markups growth ratio will be comparable to the consumer price index rate.

Authors: Oxana Mozgovaya, Yuliya Sheval
The objective of the research is to develop proposals for optimal reduction (elimination) options of cross-subsidies in the electric power sector on the basis of an integrated assessment of its tariff effects.
 
The objective of the research is to develop optimal strategy proposals for creating a common market in energy and electricity in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), provided for by the "Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union".