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PODGORICA (Montenegro), July 17 (SeeNews) – Household electricity consumption in Montenegro increased by 6% month-on-month to 90.9 million kWh in June, according to figures posted on the website of the country's power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG).
On a year-on-year basis, household electricity consumption was up 1.5% in June, figures showed last week.
The average monthly household electricity bill in Montenegro was 29.58 euro ($33.9) last month.
The highest average monthly electricity bill, 38.55 euro, was paid by households in Ulcinj, while the lowest one, 18.95 euro, was registered in the town of Zabljak.
The Montenegrin government is the majority owner of EPCG with a 57% stake. Italian company A2A owns 41.75%.
Earlier this month A2A officially applied to the government to dispose of its shareholding in the company.