EPCG: Average May bill 27 euros

As many as 69,2 percent of households will receive a bill worth up to 30 euros, from 30 to 50 euros 18 percent of consumers, from 50 to 100 euros 10,7 percent of customers, while consumption over 100 euros was read by 2,1 percent of customers

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Illustration, Photo: Luka Zeković
Illustration, Photo: Luka Zeković
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The average May bill for electricity for households at the level of Montenegro, if unread metering points in buildings that are not permanently inhabited, are excluded, amounts to 27,05 euros.

"Households in Mojkovac recorded the lowest average consumption in the value of 20,59 euros, while the highest average consumption of the previous month was read in Kotor, where households consumed an average of 31,78 euros of electricity", according to the announcement of Elektroprivreda (EPCG ).

As many as 69,2 percent of households will receive a bill worth up to 30 euros, from 30 to 50 euros 18 percent of consumers, from 50 to 100 euros 10,7 percent of customers, while consumption over 100 euros was read by 2,1 percent of customers.

"The number of consumers who received a discount is 208,15 thousand, or 52,82 percent of households in Montenegro," specified EPCG.

In May, households consumed 95,99 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity, which is 6,16 percent less compared to the consumption achieved in April, and compared to May last year, the consumption is 0,35 percent higher.

The 12th cycle of the Share the burden campaign is underway, in order to enable customers from the household category to settle their debt for consumed electricity on extremely favorable terms.

The Share the Load campaign will last until July 31. During that period, all households whose agreements from previous Share the Burden actions expire, as well as all new households who wish to join, can settle their obligations under extremely favorable conditions, in fixed monthly installments, with the suspension of further calculation of default interest, without coercive measures billing and without disconnection from the network.

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