Power cuts were due to the debts accumulated over the past period.
15:40, 31 October 2018
The amount of the compensation is not known, as the assessment of the city's heating assets has not been completed yet.
15:09, 10 October 2018
The ruling may be challenged in a court of appeals.
16:24, 19 July 2018
Tariff for heating for households may decrease by 29% from August 1, 2018.
14:41, 12 June 2018
No casualties have been reported.
11:55, 15 April 2018
Consumers who are unable to independently turn off central heating are offered to apply to local authorities.
14:40, 03 April 2018
The company's total assets in 2017 grew by 1.5 times from 2016, to UAH 23.955 billion ($910.8 million).
16:29, 27 March 2018
<p>The most critical situation with payments for centralized heating and water supplies is observed in Kyiv's Shevchenkivsky and Desniansky districts.</p>
16:37, 30 January 2018
<p>Kyivenergo energy generating company, which supplies electricity and heat to households in the Ukrainian capital, reported a net loss of UAH 999.7 million (US$37.3 million) in January-September 2017, which was 29.7% down year-over-year (y-o-y), according to a company announcement in the National Securities and Stock Market Commission's information disclosure system.</p>
16:52, 31 October 2017
<p>The State Property Fund of Ukraine (SPF) sold a 25% stake in Kyiv heat and power supplier PJSC Kyivenergo at a starting price of UAH 759.6 million, or US$29.8 million, at an auction, August 18, according to the sales online broadcast.</p>
15:16, 18 August 2017
<p>Deputy Chairman of Kyiv City State Administration (KCSA) Petro Panteleyev has held a meeting with Vice-President of the Finnish energy company Fortum Heikki Andersson in Helsinki, Finland, to discuss prospects for the management of Kyiv's power grids as the city's deal with PJSC Kyivenergo is about to expire.</p>
12:02, 12 June 2017