GNERC Satisfied Suit of Kvemo Magaro Residents
Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC) satisfied the suit of residents of Kvemo Magaro village in Signagi district vs JSC Kakheti Energo-Distribution Company. Energo-ombudsman Varlam Pkhakadze informed the Information Center of Kakheti about it.
“According to the Commission judgment, subscribers with huge electricity remnants will not have to pay the imposed payments. The Commission found the allocated sums illegal. The Company will install individual electricity meters for subscribers and relatively they will pay electricity bills according to their individual meters,” said Varlam Pkhakadze.
We kindly remind you that six families in the village have not had electricity supply for eight months already. Kakheti Energy-Distribution Company requested each of the family to pay from 1 000 up to 2 000 GEL. Consumers believed the request of the Company was illegal and did not pay the bill.
You can read the journalistic investigation of the ICK on the issue.
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