Representatives of the leading power companies of Russia have discussed


Today, within the 5th Russian International Energy Forum in St. Petersburg, the meeting of the round table Relevant Issues of Consumer Affairs on the Energy Market was held involving PJSC TGC-1, PJSC MOEK, JSC OGC-2, JSC Gazprom Teploenergo, as well as other companies in the Russian energy market.

Within the event, managers of the country's leading power companies, in cooperation with government officials, representatives of management companies, as well as industry experts, discussed the most critical and pressing issues of the housing and utilities sector and power industry.

Heads of management companies of Moscow, St. Petersburg, the Republic of Karelia, the Rostov, Murmansk and Leningrad Regions and other territories of Russia shared their best practices in settlement management for utilities and development of payment discipline.

“Today it is important for us to consolidate our activities not only in the regions of TGC-1's presence, but also in other constituent entities of the Russian Federation. We are aiming to establish efficient cooperation with management organizations to have a positive influence on the development of the housing and utilities sector. I am confident that these meetings and sharing best practices will help to build a meaningful dialogue between resource providers and consumers,” said Edward Lisitskiy, Deputy Director General for Development of TGC-1.  “I hope that next year even more energy companies will support our event, the geography of the project will expand and we will learn about new practices of outstanding house managers.”

At the end of the round table the award ceremony Outstanding House Manager was held, following the results of electricity consumers' ranking for 2016.

The Heads of Housing association-802, Housing association-955 and Housing association Energetik received the awards in St. Petersburg.

General Director of Vybor Management Company LLC was awarded in Petrozavodsk.

General Director of Severnaya Management Company and the Head of Housing association Murmansk 29 were awarded in the Murmansk Region.

To take a look through the Rating of utilities providers, as well as Heat Supply Limitation Procedure for enterprises, commercial companies and non-residential premises, please visit the TGC-1 website.

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TGC-1 is the leading producer and supplier of electricity and heat in the Northwest of Russia. TGC-1 comprises 53 electric power plants within four constituent entities of the Russian Federation: St. Petersburg, the Republic of Karelia, the Leningrad and Murmansk Regions. The Company implements social responsibility program by supporting charity projects, sporting and cultural events in all regions of its presence.