Chambers IrelandChambers Ireland has today said that if the Government is to limit the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) by setting domestic water tariffs, then it must be prepared to make up any resulting shortfall in funding.

Speaking this morning, Chambers Ireland Deputy Chief Executive Seán Murphy said “By restraining the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) in its ability to set domestic water tariffs, the Government is creating a potential shortfall in Irish Water funding. This shortfall cannot be made up by increasing charges to business.”

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