PODGORICA (Montenegro), October 11 (SeeNews) - Household electricity consumption in Montenegro fell 2% on an annual basis to 86.8 million kWh in September, the country's power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) said.
On a monthly comparison basis, household electricity consumption in Montenegro declined by 31.7% in September, EPCG said in a statement.
The average monthly household electricity bill in Montenegro was 25.31 euro ($29.30) in September.
The highest average monthly electricity bill, of 29.19 euro, was paid by households in Zabljak, while the lowest one, of 19.39 euro, was registered in the town of Ulcinj.
The Montenegrin government owns 88.7% of EPCG, followed by the company itself with 10%. The remainder belongs to smaller shareholders.
($ = 0.86384 euro)