The plan aims to ‘considerably reduce the electricity tax’ for the manufacturing sector, by lowering it from 1.537 cents per kilowatt an hour (kWh) to a minimum of 0.05 cents per kWh. They’re planning to make the changes through tax cuts and subsidies up until 2028.
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