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Businesses Make Proposals to Gov't on Easing Energy Crisis

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Business association VOSZ is recommending the government broaden utilities support for companies and step up subsidies for energy investments in a package of proposals drafted with business leaders, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

VOSZ said on Friday the package of proposals urges the government to cap energy prices at levels in line with prices in the region, to take steps limiting companies' energy costs to triple of the 2021 value, and to ease network usage fees.

The association proposes accelerating permits for renewable energy investments and scrapping the 50kW limit on small corporate solar parks.

It also presses the government to support energy investments with grants and credit, and to extend the employee voucher system to spending on energy.

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