According to the latest data published by Greek state-controlled Public Power Corporation (PPC), the amount of its unpaid receivables increased in the recent period and currently stands at 2.405 billion euros.
The majority of these receivables originate from low-voltage consumption, namely unpaid electricity bills by households, which amounts to about 2 billion euros. The aforementioned sum does not include debt from the public sector, high-voltage consumers and household consumers that entered a payback program via monthly installments.
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Tags: debt, debt collection, electricity, electricity supply, financial, Greece, PPC