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Tourism sector electricity dues scheduled over 36 months

The Canal Company for Electricity Distribution agreed to schedule the outstanding dues of the tourism sector over 36 months with 0% interest. An official at the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) said the decision is aimed not to ease the burden on the tourism sector, and help tourist installations to pay their electricity bills regularly …

Daily News Egypt

Government purchases electricity from private sector for EGP 400m

The government has purchased electricity from the private sector for EGP 400m until March 2019. Sources at the ministry of electricity told Daily News that the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) and electricity distribution companies across the country are committed to repaying the dues of the companies without delays. The sources explained that the largest …

Mohamed Farag

ACUD plans to apply comprehensive electricity metering system

The Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD) held a meeting with a number of smart electricity meter manufacturers and suppliers to discuss applying a comprehensive electricity metering system in the New Administrative Capital. Sources told Daily News Egypt that ACUD aims to launch a comprehensive installing system of electricity metres according to the highest international …

Mohamed Farag

Increase in cleaning fees on electricity bills in July

The government is planning to increase the value of cleaning fees, and will be included in the electricity bills. According to government sources, the cleaning fee is determined based on the value of consumption and geographical scope, and will increase with the increase in the value of electricity consumption segments to be implemented in July, …

Daily News Egypt

State electricity companies exchange stagnant spare parts saving EGP 1bn annually

State-run electricity production companies began to exchange unused spare parts in their stores for maintenance, replacement, and renovation works. An official in the ministry of electricity informed Daily News Egypt that the decision aims to ration expenses, control purchases, facilitate spare parts trading, and save time spent in this process. The decision is expected to …

Mohamed Farag