Energoatom denied information about the cessation of electricity supply to the population

Due to the violation of the terms of payment and the accumulation of debts of Guaranteed Buyer to Energoatom, on February 12, 2020, NNEGC limited the sale (supply) of electricity from NPPs to Guaranteed Buyer. This was reported by the press service.

It is noted that the restriction is only 25% of the planned supply of electricity of SE Guaranteed Buyer.

“Energoatom continues to supply 60% of electricity at the lowest tariffs in the world and in Ukraine – 56.7 kopecks. This volume of electricity is more than enough to meet the needs of the population”, the report said.

The company noted that such a restriction in no way affected the performance of Guaranteed Buyer debt in terms of the sale of electricity to universal service providers for the needs of the population. Universal service providers receive the amounts of electricity declared by them that are necessary to provide domestic consumers.

“Information about the impact of the actions of SE NNEGC Energoatom on the supply of electricity to the population is untrue and manipulative”, the press service said.

The company will resume the sale of all the proper amount of electric energy of Guaranteed Buyer after eliminating/terminating the circumstances that caused such a suspension of electricity supply and subject to the receipt of full payment of all unpaid amounts from Guaranteed Buyer (including all necessary payments, penalties, the fine and the amount of reimbursement of expenses, damage) owned by SE NNEGC Energoatom.

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