The total late dues of household, commercial, and governmental institution consumers have increased to EGP 88bn as of the end of May, according to sources at the Ministry of Electricity.
The sources told Daily News Egypt that the total late dues of consumers of household and commercial institutions, and other uses, reached EGP 22.767, while dues of governmental institutions, including a number of ministries and sovereign and administrative agencies, reached EGP 65.4bn.
Daily News Egypt obtained a copy of the indebtedness of the nine electricity distribution companies of household and commercial consumers and other uses.
Outstanding dues to the North of Cairo Electricity Distribution Company reached EGP 3.792bn, which includes EGP 890m late dues of the commercial and household sector and EGP 2.9bn of other uses.
Late dues to the South of Cairo Electricity Distribution Company reached EGP 6.780bn, which includes EGP 1.430bn by the household and commercial sector and EGP 5.350bn of other uses.
The outstanding dues to the Alexandria Electricity Distribution Company are estimated at EGP 650m, which includes EGP 148m by the household and commercial sectors and EGP 502m of other uses.
Unpaid dues to the Canal Company for Electricity Distribution (CCED) reached EGP 2.2bn, which includes EGP 589m of the household and commercial sector and EGP 1.7bn of other uses.
The accumulated dues to the North Delta Electricity Distribution Company (NDEDCO) reached EGP 3.195bn, which includes EGP 1.095bn of the household and commercial sector and EGP 2.1bn of other uses.
The indebtedness of households and other uses to the South Delta Electricity Distribution Company reached EGP 850m, which includes EGP 350m of the household and commercial sector and EGP 500m of other uses.
Total dues to Behira Company for Electricity Distribution reached EGP 2bn, which includes EGP 175m of the household and commercial sector and EGP 1.825bn of other uses.
Total late dues owed to the Middle Egypt Electricity Distribution Company (MEEDCO) reached EGP 1.3bn, while total dues to the Upper Egypt Electricity Distribution Company reached EGP 2bn, sectioned into EGP 220m, and EGP 1.780bn.