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Kyivenergo: Consumers Owed UAH 1.08 Billion For Electricity As Of November 1

Kyivenergo: Consumers Owed UAH 1.08 Billion For Electricity As Of November 1

Kyiv, Kyivenergo, electricity

The Kyivenergo power company has announced that consumers in Kyiv owed a total of UAH 1.081 billion for electricity as of November 1, 2016.


The company announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News reports.

"Consumers in the capital have increased their electricity debts to the Kyivenergo company by nearly 75% since the beginning of the year - from UAH 621.8 million as of January 1 to UAH 1.0812 billion as of November 1," the statement said.

The largest increases in electricity debts were recorded among municipal enterprises responsible for the city's vital operations, members of the public, and organizations financed from the state budget.

Consumers in the Darnytskyi, Desnianskyi, and Solomianskyi districts of Kyiv owed the largest amounts of electricity debts Kyivenergo.

Their debts amounted to UAH 39.7 million, UAH 32.3 million, and UAH 31.9 million, respectively, as of November 1.

Kyivenergo called on its clients pay for electricity supplies timely and not accumulate electricity debts.

As Ukrainian News earlier reported, Kyivenergo has said that utilities owed UAH 400 million for electricity as of July 1.









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