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It became known how much Kiev owes for heating and hot water

Стало известно, сколько киевляне задолжали за отопление и горячую воду Kiev’s debt for heating and hot water remains at UAH 2.6 billion

Kiev’s debt for heating and hot water to JSC “Kyivenergo” is still 2.6 billion hryvnia. About it reports a press-service of the company.

“Debt capital consumers of thermal energy to “Kyivenergo” on October 1 was UAH 2.6 billion. The greatest debts for heat, heating and hot water before “Kyivenergo” have a population and Zhao capital – 1.3 billion and 682 million respectively”, – stated in the message. According to the press service, substantial debts for heating and hot water accumulated state budget. On October 1, 2017, the debt of the organizations financed from the state budget, amounted to 34.2 million, and the debt of the state budget on payment of privileges and subsidies on electricity and heat – 432,39 million hryvnia (including protocols to September 2017).

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So, the critical situation with payments for heating and hot water is stored in svyatoshynskyi (175,7 million) and Desna (177.3 million hryvnias) regions. The total debt of the population for heating and hot water before Kyivenergo on October 1, 2017 amounted to 1.3 billion hryvnia. Debt residents of the capital for the heating is 741,25 million hryvnia debt for hot water – 582,14 million. In recalculation on one inhabitant of the area of greatest debts to the company for heating and hot water needs of the residents of Pechersk district – 2,45 thousand UAH.

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