Tag: Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA)
The increase of fuel prices is inevitably set to trigger further increases on prices of key items, as manufacturers and transporters farmers pass the additional costs on to consumers.
Following the adjustment, Ksh1,000 gets consumers on the over 100kWh tariff 39.5 units, compared to 45.7 units before the review. The review is set to further push up the cost of living for Kenyans already burdened by the rising cost of key goods and services.
The increase in fuel prices comes at a time when the inflation rate in Kenya in May 2022 hit 7.1%, up from 6.5% the previous month. It was the highest reading since February 2020.
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The move by KTA came barely a day after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced the increase of fuel costs across the country. In their monthly review, the cost of Super Petrol and Diesel was increased by Ksh5 per litre from Tuesday, March 15 to April 14.
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