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ДЭК daily turns off light 120-150 to non-payers in Khabarovsk - EastRussia | Far East

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DEK daily turns off 120-150 light to non-payers in Khabarovsk

Khabarovskenergosbyt (a branch of PJSC DEK) has begun mass restrictions on the supply of electricity to apartments and houses of non-payers in Khabarovsk, the company said. The total debt of defaulters included in the shutdown schedule for November exceeded 60 million rubles.

“Restricting the supply of electricity is a forced measure, and is applied to debtors who, despite numerous warnings, continue to ignore the fulfillment of their obligations to pay for consumed electricity and accumulate debts. On average, 5-6 mobile brigades operate daily in the city, which disconnect from the power supply from 120 to 150 malicious defaulters, ”said in a message the words of the head of the department of the branch for work with the population, Elena Bunyaeva. Reportedly, mobile brigades from representatives of DEK and network organizations "restrict the supply of electricity in the Zheleznodorozhny, Krasnoflotsky, Kirovsky and Industrial districts of the city, where the largest number of debtors are individuals." More than 7 thousand residents of the regional capital received a notice of a possible suspension of electricity supply, due to the existing debt.

The company recalls that since January the procedure of notification work on the planned limitations of the resource to citizens has been simplified. If before a dishonest consumer had to be warned twice about disconnection, now it is enough to place information about the debt and the planned limitation in the invoice-receipt for payment of electricity only once. After that, within 20 days the debt must be repaid.