Kyivans' energy debt reaches UAH 353.4M

As of Aug. 1, the debt of the Ukrainian capital for electric energy to Kyivenerho PJSC [supplying company - ed.] exceeds 1.1 billion hryvnias ($42.94 million).

As reported by Censor.NET referring to the company website, the main debtors are public facilities, the state budget and the population. Thus, the energy debt of the enterprises of housing and communal services has grown by 12 million hryvnias ($468,462) up to 484.2 million ($18.9 million). The biggest amount of debt of Kyivvodokanal PJSC [water supplying company - ed.] has increased to 217.8 million hryvnias ($8.5 million) while Kyiv Metro owes 137.1 million hryvnias ($5.35 million).

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The energy debt of the Kyivans makes 353.4 million hryvnias ($13.79 million). The largest debtors are the residents of the Darnytskyi, Sviatoshynskyi and Solomianskyi districts. As of Aug. 1, the total amount of their debt was 50.3 million hryvnias ($1.96 million), 41.4 million hryvnias ($1.6 million) and 40 million hryvnias ($1.56 million) respectively.