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Determine the fate of WDEUK plans soon the Ministry of Energy

In the near future, the fate of Far Eastern Energy Management Company (DVEUK) is calculated by the RF Ministry of Energy

Determine the fate of WDEUK plans soon the Ministry of Energy
This was reported to journalists by Deputy Energy Minister Vyacheslav Kravchenko.

"DVEUK was initially created as a company that will be the holder of assets," he said, DVEUK in itself "is not an operating company", the company was funded by the state to build certain network assets. On a number of subjects, DVEUK is currently engaged in exploitation.

“We proceed from the fact that in the near future it will be necessary to make a decision about his fate,” the deputy minister said. According to him, “those objects that belong to DVWC will be transferred to other networks,” he said

To obtain these assets, for example, JSC "Far Eastern Distribution Company" (DRSC) or, for example, FGC. "Everything depends on the technical characteristics of these facilities," the deputy minister said, saying that this will affect the tariff situation in a number of regions, Interfax notes.

At the same time, V. Kravchenko also announced the idea of ​​separating network assets under the management of RAO ES of the East. According to him, it is possible as an option “competent repacking, possibly, into a single network company (network assets of ES East and assets of DVEUK), which is located in the Far East. “As long as we do not understand the consequences of the decisions made, we will not leave with any final options,” he concluded.