Net consolidated loss of DTEK Energy, the holding company of the largest Ukrainian private vertically integrated group DTEK, reached UAH 37.399 billion in 2015. This is 90.3% or UAH 17.751 billion up on 2014.
The company said in a report on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), its revenue increased by 1.8%, to UAH 93.622 billion, while earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) dropped by 66%, to UAH 4.087 billion.
DTEK in 2015 saw a 7.3% rise in electricity sales to end consumers (including exports), to UAH 46.83 billion. Exports sales decreased by 36.4%, to UAH 3.23 billion.
Electricity sales to state-run enterprise Energomarket decreased by 4.7%, to UAH 32.648 billion.
Steam coal sales last year decreased by 21.7%, to UAH 4.149 billion, including a 28% decline in steam coal exports, to UAH 2.77 billion.
Heat sales increased by 58.7%, to UAH 5.611 billion.
As it was reported earlier, Rinat Akhmetov's DTEK energy holding saw a 20.1% fall in power supply in 2015, to 37.65 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), including 630 million kWh of power generated by wind farms.
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DTEK's distribution companies in 2015 transmitted 45.1 billion kWh of electricity via networks (not taking into account Krymenergo), which is by 16.2% less than year-over-year. The company decreased electricity exports by 55% up to 3.6 billion kWh.
DTEK miners in 2015 produced 28.692 million tonnes of coal, which is by 22.7% less year-over-year. In 2015, the company supplied 1.387 million tonnes of coal to external markets, which is by 65.8% lower than in 2014. Coal imports fell by 76%, to 404,100 tonnes.