PJSC Centerenergo is interested in actions aimed at creating a vertically integrated company with a closed production cycle, together with the most efficient coal mining enterprises, the press service reports.
They note that such a strategic step will allow the state power generating company to achieve a competitive cost per unit of electricity.
“At the same time, we insist on an obligatory and necessary condition for this process – a preliminary audit of mines, and only on the basis of its results the transfer of exclusively economically promising coal mining to the state power generating company. At the same time, all social and debt obligations of the previous owners must be extinguished prior to the transfer,” the statement says.
The company is ready to actively join the creation of a vertically integrated structure at all stages of its development.
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