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Far Eastern Energy Company reduced the amount of theft of electricity by 37,3%

OJSC Far Eastern Energy Company (part of the RAO Energy Systems of the East holding) has summed up the results of the half-year in the fight against unaccounted electricity consumption. The company reports that the reduction in unauthorized electricity consumption was 37,3% compared to the same period in 2013.

During the first half of the year 2014 employees of the company together with the staff of network organizations and management companies found about 2,7 thousand facts of unaccounted consumption of resources in the amount of more than 18 million kilowatt hours.

As a result of the unlawful actions of subscribers, the company suffered damage amounting to more than 57,7 million rubles, of which 40,2 were paid for by the violators voluntarily after drawing up the relevant acts. In case of default on the cost of stolen electricity, it will be voluntarily recovered by force, through the courts.

The largest number of unauthorized connections to power lines and intra-house networks was detected in the Primorsky Territory - about 1 cases for a total amount of more than 21,5 million rubles. In the Amur Region, a little more than 1 thousand were recorded for the amount of about 22 million rubles. In the Khabarovsk Territory - 492 connections worth 10,8 million rubles, in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 126 cases for almost 3,5 million rubles.

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