Kyivteploenergo assured that there will be no increase in tariffs for heating or hot water.
KSCA Deputy Chairman Petro Panteleyev assures that the city authorities will focus on improving energy efficiency for residential buildings, which will help to reduce the cost of Kyivteploenergo services.
"Our goal is to keep costs down by improving energy efficiency at the level of individual residential buildings and at the entire district heating system. Through organizational measures, in the six months reduced heat losses on the grids by 2%, this figure will increase significantly after the completion of the repair campaign and have a positive effect on the heat supply economy. of "Kievteploenergo" company.
Panteleev added that at the same time the city authorities are developing programs for co-financing energy efficiency measures in residential buildings.
It should be reminded that Kyivtiploenergo has initiated a 30% tariff increase since January 1, 2020.