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Siloviki in the Far East is shining with darkness - agencies have debts for electricity

As reported by Kommersant, energy in the Far East again faced the problem of growing debts of law enforcement agencies. The Far Eastern Energy Company (DEK) stated that it intends to limit the power supply to the Ministry of the Interior in Primorye and the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region and the Jewish Autonomous Region

Siloviki in the Far East is shining with darkness - agencies have debts for electricity
Since the beginning of the year, the MDM of the Far Eastern Federal District for DECs has risen to 50 million rubles, but power engineering companies have limited opportunities to press on debtors who are legally "non-negotiable", which threatens to increase debt. In the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the debt is explained by the failure to submit to the Ministry of Limits the budget allocated to pay for electricity.

DEC (included in RAO ES of the East) intends to limit the power supply to the objects of management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Far Eastern Federal District because of debts for electricity.

According to the company, since January, the ministry brought the debt to 50 million rubles. DEK has already notified the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the exhaustion of the paid consumption limits and termination of the contract for the supply of electricity. In particular, the energy sector wants to limit the electricity supply in Primorsky Krai (242 of the UMVD facility), where the total amount of debt reaches 20,4 million rubles. “If the situation does not change, then the energy sector will begin to apply restrictive measures also with respect to the facilities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region and the Jewish Autonomous Region,” the Department of Economic Development and Energy reported. Note that it’s not legal to completely stop supplying security agencies with energy can lead to debt build up.

The amount of electricity supplied to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the "RAO ES of the East" was not specified.

The press center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia "Kommersant" reported that the settlement of issues on the payment of utility bills by the territorial bodies of the Ministry is possible "after bringing the limits of budgetary obligations in the amount of existing demand."

This is a non-unique situation: a possible increase in debts for electricity and heat by the structures of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Federal Security Service, the Federal Penitentiary Service and the Ministry of Defense due to funding cuts from the federal budget I wrote in December 2015 of the year. Then, the Association of Guaranteed Suppliers and Energy Retail Companies (SOEs and ESCs) warned that the authorities had not sufficient funds in the budget to pay for energy resources, which, against the background of deteriorating payment discipline, could lead to a decrease in the reliability of electricity and heat supply and the rise in price of loans for power engineers.

The Association several times appealed to the Ministry of Energy and to the First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov with a request to understand the situation.

In July of this year, the debts of budgetary organizations, primarily under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Emergency Situations, FSB, FSIN, continue to grow, says Natalia Nevmerzhitskaya, Chairman of the Board of the Association of GPs and ESCs. According to her, the cases of refusal on the part of budgetary organizations, especially those under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, to conclude new contracts for the supply of electricity with payment terms established by the legislation, due to the budget deficit, have become more frequent. "At the same time, these institutions offer suppliers to conclude contracts according to which electricity consumed in 2016 will be paid in 2017-m: organizations use the fact that they are among the ones that are not disconnected, and they decide to save on electricity, ”said Mrs. Nevmerzhitskaya.

As of June 1, in the Far Eastern Federal District, power generation and power sales in Primorye suffer from non-payment of energy in Primorye (the debt rose to 175,7 million rubles against 23,56 million rubles at the beginning of the year), Khabarovsk Territory (94,8 million rubles vs. 24,7 million rubles .), The Amur region (27,6 million rubles against 4,1 million rubles) and the Republic of Sakha (310,7 million rubles vs. 51,6 million rubles). Among the chronic debtors of RAO ES of the East, Oboronenergosbyt, which supplies electricity to military units and Defense Ministry enterprises, was also previously listed. But, as previously reported in the holding, the debt of this company, which in June amounted to 2,6 billion rubles, by the beginning of July was almost repaid.