BEG: There is no legal basis for inserting subsidies in the August heating bills

Heating radiators for heating / Photo: "Free Press" - Dragan Mitreski

The government has not yet paid the subsidies RUN calculated them in the heat energy invoices that it delivered to consumers for February, March and April of this year. According to BEG Supply, it's about 99,6 million denars, which until this moment are borne by the company.

In the announcement from BEG given after the statement of the President of the Energy Regulatory Commission, Marko Bislimoski, who asked the company to reverse the invoices issued for August and prepare new ones, the company points out that the heat energy supply service for the heating season 2022/2023 is invoiced according to the last Decision made by the Energy Regulatory Commission made on 29.07.2022.

The Government's decision on subsidies expired on April 30.04.2022, XNUMX, i.e. there is no legal basis for applying subsidies in advance August invoices to consumers - they say from BEG.

From there, they point out that it is a regular practice for invoices in months when heat energy is not delivered to be delivered to consumers at the end of the current month, and the deadline for their payment, as always, is on the 21st day of the following month.

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