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DEC has achieved the imposition of fines on non-energy debtors - EastRussia | Far East

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DEK achieved the imposition of fines on non-energy-reducing debtors

Far Eastern Energy Company (DEK, part of RusHydro) through the court managed to impose fines on 27 managers of enterprises that refused to meet the requirements for self-depreciation of electricity consumption at their facilities, the company's press service said on Monday. All these enterprises are debtors of the energy company.

"Enterprises are notified of the need to independently assess their resource needs and to reduce their energy consumption solely for the purpose of preventing an increase in debts. A series of notifications, notices, and negotiations precede the application to the court. Therefore, if the head of the debtor company does not follow the instructions of the power engineers, this is an informed step, "the deputy director of the Fuel and Energy Company for the sale of Sergey Hituna said in the message. As reported, the maximum allowed by the law 100 thousand rubles. nine executives and enterprises were fined, including ComSystems LLC (Amur Region) and Triton LLC (Jewish autonomy). Most of the fines were written off by the courts in the Primorsky Territory - 12.

According to the energy company, the amount of accounts receivable of organizations reached 5,6 billion rubles.

The procedure for imposing restrictions on 29 September is legally simplified. Now power engineers can disconnect the debtor enterprise from the delivery of the resource after a one-time warning.