Croatian HEP is not delivering electricity to Montenegro Aluminum company, SEE Energy News
Croatian Electrical Power Utility (HEP) didn’t deliver electricity to Aluminum Combine from Podgorica (KAP) in previous period. KAP is being supplied with electricity illegally since the beginning of the year.
“HEP does not have business relation with KAP”, representatives of this company stated.
Serbian EPS and Montenegro EPCG both power utility companies had stated earlier that they don’t supply KAP with electricity.
According to writing press media, KAP is being supplied with electricity illegally from reservoirs of surrounding systems’ producers because EPCG stopped to deliver electricity to KAP on 22 February.
KAP’s management doesn’t know who and at which prices delivers electricity to the factory. They said on press conference last week that KAP doesn’t have any possibility to pay for electricity because production scope is two times smaller.
EPCG had supplied KAP with electricity until 1 October after what state’s Montenegrobonus did it, who delivered electricity to the factory until 1 January. KAP illegally consumes electricity illegally since the beginning of the year what citizens pay for 93 thousand EUR a day.
Source; Serbia Energy See desk/Agencies/Analitika
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