JSC Eastern Energy Company (JSC EEC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of PJSC Inter RAO and is the Russian exporter of electricity to China and Mongolia.
JSC EEC was established in 2007 to work on projects focused on exporting electricity to China and Mongolia, and to develop closer cooperation with other APEC countries in the energy sector. JSC EEC is currently developing the energy industry in the Russian Far East and Siberia.
JSC EEC is supplying electricity from Russia to China under a cross-border trade agreement with the State Grid Corporation of China.
JSC EEC has financed and built the unique 500 kV Amurskaya - Heihe overhead transmission line across the Amur River. This is the first international ultra-high voltage transmission line connecting the Russian Far East and northeastern China. The commissioning of the 500 kV line in 2012 resulted in a six-fold increase in potential electricity exports. This project has made JSC EEC a Top 50 construction company according to a ranking published by the Construction Engineering Association. The new long-term contract with the State Grid Corporation of China, signed in February 2012, sets out a roadmap for 100 billion kWh of electricity exports over the next 25 years.
|Year||Export to China, million kWh||Export to Mongolia, million kWh|
|2011||1 238, 49||263, 43|
|2012||2 630, 17||392, 75|
|2013||3 495, 30||413, 60|
|2014||3 376, 00||390|
|2015||3 299, 35||284, 45|