KD 3.5 Million in Outstanding Electricity Bills Paid by Kuwait Expats

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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: According to informed sources in the Ministry of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy, approximately KD 3.5 million were collected from expatriates through various outlets in the month of October, bringing the total collection since the electronic interface with the Ministry of Interior at the beginning of September to KD 8.4 million.

The sources stressed the keenness of the government to collect its records from others in the various sectors and services it provides.

They affirmed that the doors of the Ministry of Electricity and Water are open to everyone, either through its various sites for collecting debts, through the Sahel application, or through the customer service offices spread throughout the country.

On the other hand, the sources revealed the ministry’s intention to launch an electronic interface with the Ministry of Public Works to collect dues for treated water, as well as the launch of the electronic system for collecting its debts for the various other services it provides.

They highlighted that coordination is underway between the Ministry of Electricity and Water and the Ministry of Public Works for launching the interface, indicating that it will take days to finish connecting the systems to each other.

The sources affirmed the keenness of the Minister of Electricity, Water and Renewable Energy Dr. Jassim Al-Ostad to avoid notices of late collection of MPW’s debts from others.

They explained that the collection will begin with those who wish to deliver the quadrilateral water service to farms, pens, or other plots that need treated water. For the receipt, it is required that the service applicant obtain a release of liability to pay his debt to electricity.

For those who already have treated water service, a mechanism will be put in place to continue access to their farms after collecting their debts from the Ministry of Electricity and Water or other state agencies.

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