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The Far East Economic Development Commission protected itself from the obligations that were originally assigned to it by the Government of the Russian Federation, not caring about the consequences - the governor - EastRussia | Far East

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DVEUK was protected from the obligations that were initially imposed on it by the Government of the Russian Federation, without caring about the consequences - the Governor

On the situation with the customer-developer - DVEUK, the Governor of the Magadan Region Vladimir Pechenyi told on the air of the State TV and Radio Company "Magadan"

DVEUK was protected from the obligations that were initially imposed on it by the Government of the Russian Federation, without caring about the consequences - the Governor
The construction of the 220 kV “Orotukan - Palatka-Tsentralnaya” power line is almost completed, it is necessary to carry out technological connection. For the conclusion of the contract of PJSC "Magadanenergo" with JSC "Far Eastern Energy Management Company" (DVEUK) Department of Prices and Tariffs of the region issued an order establishing a fee for connection.

However, DVEUK refused to sign the contract and challenged it in court. As a result, the technological connection must be made at the expense of the electricity tariff, that is, at the expense of consumers.

“The federal program provided for fully covering the costs of construction and technical connection, including. But DVEUK was protected from the obligations that were originally assigned to it by the Government of the Russian Federation. As a result of such actions, the company not only paralyzed the issue of implementation and completion of the project, for which public money was spent, but also tries to shift the solution of this problem to consumers in the region, ”the governor said.

He added that the inclusion in the Magadanenergo tariff for electricity 3,6 billion rubles, from 1 July 2016, will increase almost three times for consumers and will be 13, 23 rubles / kWh (with the current 4,76 py / kWh). Thus, “DVEUK” wants to put the object into operation, without worrying about the consequences, according to the Office of Information Policy of the region.

"Instead of reducing the tariff load when implementing the program for consumers, following the path of JSC" DVEUK ", an increase in tariff is obtained. This level is unacceptable for the region and leads to disastrous consequences. In this regard, appeals were sent to the Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak on the urgent settlement of this issue, "Vladimir Pechenyi explained.

He recalled that the 220 kV Orotukan-Palatka-Tsentralnaya line will be in demand in the Magadan power system by the 2018 year, when additional capacity is planned to be commissioned at the Pavlik and Natalk fields.
As previously reported, this project was initially initiated by the Government of the Magadan Region and PJSC Magadanenergo within the framework of the implementation of the Federal Target Program "Economic and Social Development of the Far East and Trans-Baikalia for the period up to 2018." The implementation of the project implies the creation of an electric grid infrastructure that ensures both the delivery of the power of the Ust-Srednekanskaya HPP and the needs of the extractive industry, as well as the reliability of the power supply to the load center formed in the south of the region and in Magadan.

The project is systemic, aimed at the potential development of the region, taking into account its long-term development, without increasing the tariff load on the region's consumers.