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13 billion rubles will be spent on the construction of thermal power plants in the Far East until the end of 2014.
The total amount of financing for the construction of new facilities from the budget will be 13,4 billion rubles. The funds were received by RusHydro under the Presidential Decree for the development of the region's energy, the company's press service reported.
To date, 9,4 billion rubles have been received from this amount. The money has already been transferred by the customer-builders to general contractors and equipment suppliers, selected according to the results of open competitive procedures. Recall, power plants are being built in Blagoveshchensk, Yakutsk and Soviet Harbor.
All settlements are carried out through the system of segregated bank accounts at Sberbank, which ensures complete transparency in spending budget funds. A prerequisite for making payments is the provision of documents confirming the intended use of funds.
The general contractor for the construction of the 2nd stage of the Blagoveshchenskaya CHPP - OJSC Power Machines - received an advance payment from CJSC Blagoveshchenskaya CHPP in the amount of 719 million rubles in early July. After receiving the payment, work began on the site, as well as the manufacture of equipment.
At the end of September, ZAO TPP in Sovetskaya Gavan paid RAO ES Vostoka 2,35 billion rubles for the transfer of the previously acquired main and auxiliary equipment for the power plant of the same name, which is being built on the coast of the Tatar Strait in the Khabarovsk Territory. Earlier, the order of the main equipment was financed from the investment program of RAO ES of the East. The volume of financing for the construction of a CHPP in the town of Sovetskaya Gavan from budgetary funds is more than 3 billion rubles.
In September, ZAO Yakutskaya GRES-2 transferred 1,95 billion rubles to OAO TEK Mosenergo for the purchase of auxiliary equipment, building materials and organization of construction work. This is the third tranche to the contractor.