At the edge of government meeting manager В«ABB-SwitzerlandВ» Urs Altenburger, introduced the draft on the financial investment in the facility utilities. He said that the company is not the first year of cooperation with the Russian cities to upgrade infrastructure. Basically, the same Swiss side focuses on power and water supply. This experience is already available in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Pskov, Cheboksary, and in the cities of Moscow region. Typically, loans are granted for a period of 3-5 years, and one of the main conditions of the investment project is to comply with equity investments.
example, is already mature in years, the scheme 50 per cent of the money should come from local reserves, and only the second half will give the Swiss.
Stavropolskie told participants of the meeting of the industry and the most problematic areas where investments are most needed. In particular, the general director of В«StavropolkrayvodokanalaВ» Nikolai Hadzakos spoke of the need to build a new water supply system Stavropol, Shpakovsky and Grachevskogo areas. The point is that the old system is characterized by low reliability, and its further development seems to be impractical. Therefore, in 1997 launched a project to build a new water supply system and water supply.
Funding under the federal budget, would put into operation a new water supply until the end of 2008. Before that almost half the population of Stavropol remains hostage to the frequent interruptions in the supply of water.
total to complete the construction of necessary loan of 400 million rubles, which can be repaid within three years from the profits from the sale of water to consumers.
also require reconstruction and development of water systems in such locations province, as Aleksandrovskoe grateful, Kislovodsk, Levokumskij, St. Michael and Pyatigorsk. Depreciation of fixed assets there to date is 75-90 percent.
Meeting ended by the signing of a protocol on implementation of joint projects in the housing sector the province, which granted the request of the Working Group to prepare an agreement on further cooperation.