Transelectrica had to recover, on November 23, 2020, receivables in the total amount of 47.5 million lei for the electricity transmission service, according to a document posted on the company’s website.
The largest amount, respectively 26.9 million lei, represents amounts to be recovered from companies in bankruptcy proceedings, such as the Autonomous Authority for Nuclear Activities (RAAN), which owes 6.2 million lei, Total Electric Oltenia – 3.1 million lei, Romenergy Industry – 3 million lei.
From the customers in insolvency proceedings, the energy carrier has to recover 17.5 million lei, most of the money from Petprod – 5.6 million lei, CET Govora – 1.8 million lei and Fidelis Energy – 1.7 million lei, according to Agerpres.
Other outstanding clients in the legal liquidation procedure owe 2.9 million lei to Transelectrica. At the same time, the company has no receivables to be recovered commercially from the transport service.
Transelectrica is the transmission and system operator on the Romanian electricity market.
The company is owned by the Romanian state, through the General Secretariat of the Government – which has 58.6% of the shares, the rest being traded on the Bucharest Stock Exchange.