ENDE to Investigate High Electricity Rates

(Energy Analytics Institute, Jared Yamin, 4.Jul.2018) – Citizens in the city of Trinidad, located in department of Beni, continue to protests elevated electricity rates.

As a result, the Beni Electricity Distributor (ENDE DELBENI S.A.M.), a subsidiary of the National Electricity Company (ENDE), plans to investigate complaints circulating of customers being charged electricity rates up to 300% higher in the city.

“There is a special situation here. People are complaining about their high invoices, and the task at hand now is to try to verify, inspect, and investigate what is happening,” reported the daily La Razón, citing company official Humberto Villegas.

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