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The developer of the aquarium on the island of Russian electricity is turned off for debt

The Far Eastern Energy Company intends to impose a complete restriction on the supply of electricity to the facilities of OOO NPO Mostovik, which owes power engineers 7,6 million rubles. This was reported by the press service of OJSC "DEK".

NPO Mostovik is the developer of the Oceanarium on Russky Island. “The restrictions are planned to be introduced on October 30 by turning off two feeding feeders of the Oceanarium substation,” the power engineers warn.

The DEK notes that in recent months Mostovik does not pay for consumed electricity. "The energy company has repeatedly drawn the developer's attention to the situation with non-payments and the need to pay the growing volume of debts," the message says.

If the debtor company does not begin to pay debts for the delivered resource, then the energy sector, in accordance with the current legislation of the Russian Federation, will be forced to introduce a complete restriction of the mode of electricity consumption.

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