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Debts of Primteploenergo jeopardized the passage of the heating season in Primorye - EastRussia | Far East

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Debts of Primteploenergo jeopardized the passage of the heating season in Primorye

The power engineers notified the heat supplying enterprise Primteploenergo, which owed them 165,5 million rubles, about the introduction of restrictions on the administrative, business and auxiliary facilities of the enterprise throughout the territory of Primorsky Krai. If the organization does not take action, the restrictions will begin on November 27, and in December they may already affect heating facilities. This creates a threat of disruption of the heating season in the region.

According to the press service of DEK, Primteploenergo does not comply with the schedule for repayment of debt accumulated during the past heating season. The largest supplier of heat and hot water in Primorye does not fully pay for current consumption. With such a dynamic settlement at the end of the year, the debt can reach 230 million rubles.

In February of this year, the parties signed a schedule for debt repayment. Until October, the organization fulfilled obligations on it, however, in October 90 million rubles underpaid, in November it plans to underpay another 80 million rubles. Primteploenergo proposed PJSC DEK to adjust the schedule and reduce payments by 190 million rubles in order to repay the debt in installments until May 2019 of the year. Power engineers considered such conditions unacceptable.