Instead of the old ones, new European-style pipes with a damage signalling system are being laid.
Kyiv and Kyivteploenergo will also provide their own funds in addition to the bank loan of EUR26 million.
According to public utilities, this will "reduce the cost of heating and hot water supply during the heating season."
The company will receive funds for the development of the thermal infrastructure of the capital.
17-20 electric buses will be purchased for the capital under the Kyoto Protocol.
Officials of one of the companies in Kyiv and the municipal enterprise Kyivteploenergo are suspected of taking possession of budgetary funds.
The total occupancy of European gas storage facilities (UGS) is 93.6%.