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Capital investments in BelNPP up 24.2% in January-September 2017


Capital investments in the state-run company Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant (BelNPP) rose to Br970 million in January-September 2017, up by 24.2% from the same period a year prior, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Energy Ministry.

In line with the 2017 forecast, the organizations affiliated with the Energy Ministry plan to use around Br2.2 billion of capital investments. More than Br1.5 billion was used in January-September 2017 (70.9% of the expected volume in 2017; 98.2% against January-September 2016). Belenergo used Br440.7 million (65.2% as against January-September 2016), Beltopgas – Br125.3 million (up by 16.1% January-September 2016), BelNPP – Br970.3 million (up by 24.2%).

The Energy Ministry's organizations disbursed Br343.5 million to finance the capital investments (22.4% of the total volume of investments). The government allocated Br1.13 billion (73.6%), Br997.5 million out of them in foreign loans to be serviced and paid off using the government budget funds.

The share of expenses on machines, equipment, and transport vehicles in the total volume of capital investments in January-September made up 48.1%.