Responsible for factory repair poles and in transformers is arrested for power theft in the City of God neighborhood

The factory got the power supply again suspended in debt ratio of R $ 82.041,44.
24/01/2020 17h52 - Updated 24/01/2020 17h52

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Amazonas Energia attended last Tuesday (21), a police operation together with DECFS, in a factory poles and repair in transformers, located on the street Careiro Brown, City of God neighborhood, North Zone of Manaus, where it was found rewiring directly into the power grid of the Distributor, and deviation of three phases to energize the plant equipment, causing the loss of R $ 36.624,16.

During the approach, the technical procedures were performed by the characterization of the irregularity by the technical inspection team and the expert of the Institute of Criminology (IC). The head of the establishment has been caught red-handed by electricity theft. The factory got the power supply again suspended in debt ratio of R $ 82.041,44.

We guide that energy theft complaints can be made through the Company's call centers, by phone 0800 701 3001, the mobile application "Amazonas Energia" available on Google Play and App Store, by site reporting channel on link http://www.amazonasenergia.com/cms/index.php/portal-do-cliente/fale-conosco/denuncia-de-fraude/ or by phones DECFS 3622-7837 / 3622-7303.

We emphasize that the fight against energy loss is only possible with the involvement of the whole society. The theft of power and fraud meters are typified as a crime as the Brazilian Penal Code, articles 155 e 171. Everyone pays the energy theft account practiced in homes, trades and industry. The National Electric Energy Agency (Aneel) It includes the power tariff calculations losses by irregularities. The effects of illegal connections are detrimental to all consumers, causing several power outage occurrences due to this illegal practice.


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