- Federal Grid Company – Ten-year results
- Operations overview
- Social responsibility and sustainable development
- Financial performance overview
- Corporate governance report
- Share capital
- Information on compliance with the FCSM corporate code of conduct
- Implementation of the assignments of the president and the government of the Russian Federation
- Information on transactions performed by JSC Federal Grid Company in 2012, recognized by russian federation laws as interested party transactions, and which are subject to the approval of the company’s authorized management body
- Audit Commission Conclusion on the Audit of Operational and Financial Activities of Federal Grid Company for 2012
- 2013 investor calendar
Electricity transmission through the Unified National (all-Russian) Electric Grid (UNEG) is one of the biggest tasks of the country’s energy sector and the main activity of our Company. Payments for electricity transmission services are the primary revenue source for Federal Grid Company.
According to Russian law, the UNEG electricity transmission services are the domain of Federal Grid Company, which manages the UNEG. The UNEG electricity transmission services are classified as a monopolistic activity regulated by the State.
The price of electricity transmission services is determined by corresponding rates set for different constituent territories of the Russian Federation by the Russian Federal Tariffs Service (FTS), taking into account process losses of energy during electricity transmission over the UNEG. Rates approved by the Russian Ministry of Energy are set as follows:
- The price of electricity transmission services to maintain UNEG electric facilities;
- The price of normative process electricity losses in the UNEG.
In 2012, the Company supplied its consumers with 517,130.7 million kWh.
Our Company independently purchases electric energy on the Wholesale Electricity and Capacity Market (WECM) to compensate for actual UNEG losses, after deducting losses recorded and paid for by WECM participants at equilibrium prices.
In 2012, the volume of electricity transmission services amounted to RUR136,581,431 thousand.
Number of the Company's Contractors
Furthermore, the number of contractors with which the Company signed agreements for electricity transmission through the UNEG has significantly increased during the 2008-2012 period. It is predicted that in the next few years, the number of Company contractors will continue to grow due to the implementation of new technological connections to the UNEG, satisfying judgments that require the Company to enter into direct contracts with contractors and gradually terminating the last mile* mechanism.
The share of the Company's largest consumers in 2012 revenues from UNEG-based electricity transmission services