A recording was shared on social media, evoking the installation of new electric meters by ONEE for the application of a new tariff based on three-time slots in the day, at the douar “Lbabda,” commune of Ain Chkef, in the Moulay Yacoub province. In a press release, the Office assures that this “information without any foundation” and “pure allegation.”

The Office, which denounces and rejects the comments that are the subject of this audio sequence, indicated that it reserves the right to initiate legal proceedings against the transmitters.

Moreover, the aforementioned ministerial decree introduced an “optional” bi-hourly pricing, which is consequently only applied to eligible customers who wish it and those fulfilling precise criteria to allow them to benefit from a tariff reduced outside peak hours.

“All the meters installed by ONEE comply with the technical specifications and the regulations in force,” emphasizes ONEE, affirming that it remains available to its customers for any additional information concerning in particular metering, invoicing, and the conditions required to benefit from bi-hourly pricing.

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