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Caruna Oy’s and Caruna Espoo Oy’s electricity distribution prices will change starting from 1 September 2024

The Energy Authority supervises the pricing of electricity distribution companies in four-year periods. If a company has a surplus at the end of the period, the surplus is credited to its customers during the next period. The opposite is true if the company is in deficit. Prices will change in Caruna’s two network companies starting 1 September 2024. The prices of both companies take into account the increase in value added tax to 25.5% from 1 September 2024.
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Caruna to raise electricity distribution prices due to cost increases

Costs are rising at an increasing rate in Finland, and this also affects Caruna's costs. Electricity network construction has become more expensive, and the costs of energy losses have risen substantially this year. Interest rate levels are also higher. For this reason, the network service rates will rise from 1 January 2023.
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Jyrki Tammivuori appointed CEO of Caruna as of 13 May 2022

Caruna’s Board of Directors has appointed Jyrki Tammivuori, M.Sc (Econ) CEO of Caruna as of 13 May, 2022. Tammivuori has been working for Caruna since 2015, first as CFO. Since 2018 Tammivuori has held the position of CFO and deputy CEO at Caruna. Tammivuori was appointed Acting CEO of Caruna in March 2022.
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Caruna joins Save the Children Finland's Food and Support campaign

Electricity distribution company Caruna takes part in Save the Children Finland's campaign aimed at helping impoverished families by distributing, for example, gift vouchers to food shops to families with children. With the gift voucher, the family receives food aid, which is a concrete help to get past the most difficult moment.
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Caruna and municipalities are working together to hire young people for summer jobs in municipalities

During this challenging pandemic period, Caruna wants to support the municipalities in its area and help them recruit young people aged 16 to 20 for summer jobs. Each municipality participating in the Duunienergiaa (Work Energy) campaign receives 4,000 euros for this purpose. Currently, 29 municipalities across Finland have already registered for the campaign. The municipality of Isojoki in South Ostrobothnia was the first to join the campaign.
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