“As can also be seen from the debate held yesterday between the Commissions of the Chamber of Deputies, and although it was clearly highlighted that the costs deriving from the application of the provisions of Article 16-bis of the Energy Decree seriously risk being borne by the component of the so-called Asos electricity tariffs, according to the Mef the provisions of Article 16-bis should not result in charges for public finance “. This was stated in a note by Aiget. “The truth that we do not want to say – he underlines – is that the costs caused by the contracts that will be concluded for the exclusive benefit of some companies (moreover not even representative of all energy-intensive companies, seen for example as important steelmakers have openly declared themselves against) they will then inevitably be unloaded on the tariffs paid by all other Italian consumers. We must have the courage to say things as they are: the claimed benefits of some will in fact become additional costs unloaded on the bills of Italian families “.
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