Independent power supplier lays claim against SverdlovEnergoSbyt with Federal Antimonopoly Service in Sverdlovsk Region

The Federal Antimonopoly Service in Sverdlovsk Region started a lawsuit against SverdlovEnergoSbyt concerning the alleged violation of antimonopoly legislation, reports the spokesperson for TENCOM Group.

The spokesperson says that some of the consumers living in Novouralsk are supplied with electricity at prices that do not coincided with the tariff menu designed by the Regional Power Engineering Committee. Besides, SverdlovEnergoSbyt, the supplier, provides wrongful information on the tariffs of an independent supplier Novouralsk Power Supplier Ltd. through mass media and letters it sends to consumers.

This is why the latter decided to lay a claim against SverdlovEnergoSbyt with Federal Antimonopoly Service in Sverdlovsk Region, reporting violations of antimonopoly legislation (for example, in terms of pricing).

According to the spokesperson, the General Director of Novouralsk Power Supplier Ltd. Sergey Karachkov said that SverdlovEnergoSbyt was trying to entice the customers into signing agreements with them in the hope they would not understand the trick. Mr Karachkov emphasized that SverdlovEnergoSbyt wanted to make consumers lose their confidence in Novouralsk Power Supplier Ltd., which was against the rules of fair competition.


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