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Energy companies to be fined for incomplete invoices

On May 12, the Pravda wrote that electricity and gas suppliers will be fined Sk1-5 million for providing insufficient invoices to households.

On May 12, the Pravda wrote that electricity and gas suppliers will be fined Sk1-5 million for providing insufficient invoices to households.

Vladimír Mosat, director general of the State Energy, said that energy distributors circumvented the energy law, which states that invoices should contain the structure of prices along with the values of individual items.

Parliament introduced this obligation so that households could compare prices and consider which provider is the cheapest. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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