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Oleg Kozhemyako spoke in favor of early compensation for lost income of the “last mile”
Yesterday a meeting of the Government Commission chaired by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on the socio-economic development of the Far East took place. The Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako took part in the work of the commission - according to the press service of the Government of the Amur Region.
The meeting addressed the development of the Kuril Islands and the Russian part of the island of Great Ussuri. The key issue on the agenda was to ensure the sustainable development of the energy sector of the Far East.
In his speech, the Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako dwelled on a serious problem that hinders the development of the Far Eastern regions - cross-subsidization in the power industry due to the action of the “last mile” mechanism. The head of the region focused on the need to compensate for the shortfall in income of territorial grid organizations from the federal budget. Losses of JSC "DRSK" for three years amounted to 9 billion rubles under "last mile" contracts, of which 6 billion rubles in the Amur Region.
Regions cannot compensate for these costs at the expense of regional budgets. The need to urgently address this issue was supported by the members of the commission.
Along with this, the governor drew attention to the need to complete the construction of electrical networks of the 110 kV ring in Blagoveshchensk.
This project is being implemented by JSC DVEUK from 2009 of the year as part of the federal target program “Economic and Social Development of the Far East and Transbaikalia until 2013 of the Year”, but in 2011 the works were suspended.
The facility is necessary for the full delivery of power under construction of the II stage of the Blagoveshchensk CHP - this is the basis of sustainable power supply and further development of the city. Today, the completed sections of the 110 kV ring have been transferred to a long-term lease of the territorial grid company - DRSK OJSC.
The Governor made a proposal to complete the ring without the involvement of federal funds by transferring the object to RAO "ES of the East." This synchronizes the construction time of Stage II of the Blagoveshchenskaya CHP and the ring lines and will allow the city to develop steadily.