Montenegro is in an extremely stable energy situation, News
Montenegro is in an extremely stable energy situation, there is currently no talk of restrictions and Montenegro will be export-oriented in the next five months, said the executive director of Elektroprivreda Nikola Rovčanin in Colors of the Morning.
He repeated that he will not ask for an increase in the electricity bill, and called on the Regulatory Agency for Energy and Regulated Utilities (REGAGEN), which will make a decision tomorrow, to take care of the interests of the company and citizens. He said that the interest is for the price of electricity to remain the same, in order to maintain the current level of billing.
He pointed out that any price increase would be reflected in a drop in the level of collection, that is, with a drop in collection of just one percent, EUR 3 million is lost, local media reports.
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