Subscribers to Georgia’s power grids will receive two receipts instead of one in July

In connection with the reform of electricity distribution companies during the transition period, consumers will receive two receipts from the old and new companies

TBILISI, July 1 – Sputnik. Subscribers to power grids in Georgia this month will receive two receipts instead of one, said Salome Janelidze, director of the legal department of the Georgian National Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (GNERC).

Subscribers in Tbilisi instead of Telasi will be served by Tbilisi Electricity Supply Company (Telmiko), and residents of the regions will be served by EP Georgia Distribution instead of Energo-pro Georgia. The changes being made will not affect the consumer tariff.

According to Janelidze, in July consumers will receive one receipt from Telasi for electricity before July 1, and another from Telmiko for electricity after July 1.

“Each consumer should understand that nothing threatens their electricity supply. They, as now, will be provided with uninterrupted power supply. In this regard, nothing will change for them. Only this month, consumers will receive two receipts, this is a transitional period,” said Salome Janelidze …

The electricity tariff in Georgia has increased since January 1. According to the decision of the commission, the tariff for the population of Georgia per 1 kWh increased by 3.5 tetri and averaged 26.537 tetri per kWh, depending on the consumption of electricity.

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