Kyiv consumers` debts for Kyivenergo`s electricity grow to UAH 822 mln

The total debts of consumers located in the city of Kyiv to local electricity supplier, PJSC Kyivenergo, in April 2016 increased by 2.5%, to UAH 822.5 million, the company`s press service reported.
The highest growth of debts for electricity was demonstrated by utilities companies, namely the city`s water supply company Kyivvodokanal, municipal housing and maintenance organizations, and entities funded from the city`s district budgets. The mentioned consumers` overall debt to Kyivenergo in April grew by UAH 32.8 million, to UAH 447.3 million.
In April, Kyivvodokanal`s debt alone increased by UAH 25 million, to UAH 287.6 million, and municipal transport firm Kyivpastrans saw its debt grow by UAH 6.5 million, to UAH 32.7 million.
However, Kyiv households reduced debts for electricity by UAH 2.4 million, to UAH 218.8 million in April. Debt reduction was recorded in all city districts except for Pechersky and Sviatoshynsky districts. Consumers in Darnytsky, Desniansky and Solomyansky districts owe highest debts to Kyivenergo.
Memo. PJSC Kyivenergo sells electricity and supplies heat to households based in the capital of Ukraine. Electricity is generated by combined heat and power plant (CHPP) No. 5 and CHPP No. 6. Kyivenergo has five structural divisions, including two branches – Energoservice and Kyiv`s only incineration plant Energiya. The company employs more than 12,000 people. Seventy five percent of the shares are owned by DTEK energy holding of Ukrainian billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, with the State Property Fund of Ukraine has a remaining 25% stake.

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