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Dec 18, 2017 15:22 EEST
December 18 (SeeNews) - Montenegrin power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) [MNG:EPCG] said it plans to increase its power tariff for retail customers by 6% as of January.
Following the hike, the average monthly electricity bill of Montenegrin households will rise to 34.92 euro ($41.18) from 34 euro, EPCG said in a statement on Friday.
EPCG also said it decided to increase the discount for regular payers to 13% from 10%, the company added.
Household electricity consumption in Montenegro increased by 17.6% month-on-month to 104.2 million kWh in November. On an annual comparison basis, household electricity consumption fell 1.2% in November, according to figures posted on the website of EPCG.
($ = 0.8479 euro)
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