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New Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy appointed in Kamchatka

New Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy appointed in Kamchatka
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The government of the Kamchatka Territory has appointed a new Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy. The post was taken by Pavel Redkin, who was previously the head of the Vilyuchinsky energy district of Kamchatenergoservis JSC.

Pavel Redkin was born in Kamchatka, graduated from the Far Eastern State Technical University with a degree in Industrial Heat Power Engineering, and also received a diploma from the Far Eastern Federal University with a degree in State and Municipal Administration.

According to the press service of the regional government, in 2002, Pavel Redkin worked as a fitter for the repair of steam and gas turbine equipment at Kamchatskenergo OJSC, then as a fitter and repairman at Kamchatskkommunenergo, an adjustment and testing engineer, and also as the head of the technical department of the TCP. From 2014 to 2015, he was the head of the production and technical department of Kamchatenergoservice, then the chief engineer of Municipal Unitary Enterprise “Urban Heat and Water Supply” Vilyuchinsk. In 2015, he became the head of the Vilyuchinsky energy district of Kamchatenergoservis.

Earlier, Oleg Kukil was the Minister of Housing and Utilities and Energy of Kamchatka, but in November of this year he quit voluntarily. He held the post of minister for one year.