First Generating Company looks at results of its activity in September 2006

12 October 2006 (12:52)

OGK-1, the First Generating Company, raised the productivity of its electric power stations by 13.6% (against January-September 2005): it came to 35,214.71m kilowatt-hours. The productive electricity supply came to 33,596.43m kilowatt-hours. The heat supply amounted to 848,020 gigacalories, with sales in the free trade sector and on the one-day-in-advance market growing up to 5,057.88m kilowatt-hours in nine months of 2006.

The stations produced 3,600.93m kilowatt-hours in September, with productive supply amounting to 3,431.71m. The heat supply amounted to 39,040 gigacalories, with sales in the free trade sector coming to 587.16m kilowatt-hours.

OGK-1 was officially registered on March 23, 2005. Based on the order of Russian Federation Government, it comprises power stations of Perm, Verkhniy Tagil, Kashirsk, Nizhnevartovsk, Urengoi, and Iriklinsk. OGK-1 is the most powerful heat and electricity generating company among those created in the course of power engineering industry reforms. Its capacity comes to 9.531 megawatt. Vladimir V. Klebnikov is the company’s General Director.

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