Electricity companies returning money to consumers
The Electricity Superintendence (SIE) via the Office of the Protection of Retail Consumers (Protecom) has ordered RD$3,807,200 to be returned to 664 clients who had made claims.
According to a press release, the Southern Electricity Distribution Company (EdeSur) has been ordered to pay RD$818,333 to 251 users, the Northern Distribution Company (EdeNorte) was ordered to return RD$1,757,525 to 231 users, and EdeEste in the east RD$611,342 to 182 clients.
Protecom director Julio Rosario says that in November 2016, they responded to 3,370 claims, the majority for high bills (95%), 4% for acts of irregularity and the remaining one percent for other reasons.
Source: DR1, Elcaribe
Dec 14, 2016
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