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Since the beginning of the year, Kamchatskenergo increased net loss by RAS by 17% - EastRussia | Far East

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Kamchatskenergo since the beginning of the year increased net loss under RAS by 17%

From the beginning of 2015, PJSC Kamchatskenergo (included in the holding of RAO ES of the East) increased its net loss under RAS by 16,6% compared to the same period last year - up to 694,077 million rubles, the company’s accounting statement says

Revenues increased by 3,1% - to 6,908 billion rubles. Including revenue from sales of electricity decreased by 10% - to 2,858 billion rubles, revenue from sales of heat energy increased by 2,7% - to 3,772 billion rubles.

Earlier, RAO ES of the East reported that the Kamchatka Territory had the most difficult debt situation among all the territories in the area of ​​the energy holding. Currently, Kamchatskenergo through court is seeking the right to limit the power supply of the Ministry of Defense facilities in Kamchatka for the Oboronenergosbyt debt in the amount of 793 million rubles, Interfax reports.

Payables of Kamchatskenergo increased from 3 billion 099,384 million rubles at the beginning of 2015 to 4 billion 011,731 million rubles to September 30, receivables from 4 billion 083,703 million rubles to 4 billion 372,125 million rubles.

"Kamchatskenergo" refers to technologically isolated territorial energy systems, is the main supplier of electricity in the territory of the Kamchatka region, and also generates more than half of the heat energy for the needs of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The company includes two thermal power plants in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, 82 boiler-houses, 733 transformer substations.

PJSC RusHydro through PJSC RAO ES Vostok owns 98,68% of the authorized capital (99,11% of ordinary shares) of Kamchatskenergo.