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The volume of cross-subsidization in Yakutia amounted to 5,5 billion rubles in 2014 year
The Ministry of Energy of Russia held a discussion of complex problems and prospects for the development of energy in Yakutia. The main issue on the agenda was the need to eliminate cross subsidization of diesel generation in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the press service of the head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) reported.
To address this issue, the Working Group from Yakutia, led by Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Pavel Marinichev, took part in the meeting.
During the meeting, Natalia Koryagina, First Deputy Chairman of the SCC-REC (Y), Natalya Koryagina, reported on the need to resolve issues of eliminating cross-subsidization in the power industry of Yakutia as soon as possible.
In 2014, the volume of cross-subsidization in the electric power industry of Yakutia amounted to 5,5 billion rubles. To contain the volume of “crossroads” in the republic, a number of measures were taken: reducing the consumption of expensive diesel fuel at the stations of the northern energy region, reconstruction and construction of new local energy facilities, and the introduction of renewable energy sources. However, these measures cannot fully solve the problem of eliminating cross-subsidization.
In order to work out the most optimal solution for this issue, the meeting participants considered several options for compensating the costs of diesel power at the expense of the federal and regional budgets. In addition, proposals were voiced on approaches to state regulation of tariffs for electricity in Yakutia.
As a result of the negotiations, it was decided to refine and finalize certain issues and formally formalize the meeting to determine further actions, the press service of the SCC-REC of the RS (Y) reports.