JSC EASTERN ENERGY COMPANY DREW CONCLUSIONS OF THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2016
For the first quarter of 2016 JSC Eastern energy company exported over 545 million kW/h of electric power to China and Mongolia
In 1Q 2016, JSC EEC exported over 493.7 million kWh of electricity to China and 51,5 million kWh to Mongolia, or 14 percent and 8 percent less year-on-year, respectively. The lower electricity exports to China were due to an overall decrease in the electricity consumption in the country. A relative decrease in the electricity exports to Mongolia were due to a fall in the industrial production in Mongolia, as well as the launch of the new power unit at Ulan-Bator TPP-4.
Technology-wise, electricity export to China is enabled by a complex of interstate 110, 220 and 500 kV power transmission lines, which link the power systems of the Russian Far East and the Northeastern Provinces of China.
Export is ensured by means of procurement of excessive volumes of electric energy in the territory of the Far East, driving an increase in the capacity factor and the growth of additional revenue across regional generating enterprises and wholesale infrastructure organizations.
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JSC Eastern Energy Company is the only Russian operator on the power export project to the People's Republic of China and Mongolia. All shares of JSC Eastern Energy Company belong to JSC INTER RAO UES.
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