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RAO UES head on company's top priorities

The Russian energy grid RAO UES's top priorities are reforming the Russian housing and communal sector and participation in the CIS energy businesses, RAO UES CEO Anatoly Chubais said speaking at an investment forum organized by Renaissance Capital. According to Chubais, the implementation of a joint RAO UES and Gazprom project in the Russian housing and communal sector has already begun. In accordance with the project, a new company, Russian communal systems, was set up.

Additionally, the top official noted that RAO UES was currently involved in the Armenian energy market. The company is also considering participation in the Georgian, Ukrainian and Moldovan power generation markets.

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