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JSC EuroSibEnergo and PJSC Irkutskenergo rank in the top three generating companies

In the second quarter of 2016, EuroSibEnergo ranked second in the "Generating Companies: Performance in the Market" ranking. The ranking was compiled by the Non-Profit Partnership "Council for Organizing an Efficient System of Trading in the Wholesale and Retail Electricity and Capacity Market" (NP Market Council). The Boguchanskaya HPP topped the ranking for the second quarter in a row, while PJSC Irkutskenergo ranked third.

As part of its analysis of the companies' performance in the market, NP Market Council calculates ratings for federal subjects of Russia and participants of the wholesale and retail electricity markets. Traditionally, the ranking of generating companies is compiled on a quarterly basis and at year end; it helps assess and benchmark the performance of generating companies according to the following criteria: maintaining operational availability of power-generating equipment, load optimization, unit cost and profit per unit of output. The ranking is compiled based on the above indicators taking into account their weighting: operational availability of power-generating equipment has a weighting of 35%; the capacity factor has a weighting of 15%; unit cost of generation of 1 MWh of electricity has a weighting of 25%; unit profit per 1 MWh of output has a weighting of 25%. The industry leader was determined based on data on 72 generating companies and enterprises.

In the ranking for the first quarter of 2016, PJSC Irkutskenergo ranked second. The Boguchanskaya HPP topped the ranking, while the third place went to OJSC Rosenergoatom Concern.

 

Press service of PJSC Irkutskenergo

 

NP Market Council was established pursuant to Federal Law No. 250-FZ on Introducing Amendments to Certain Laws of the Russian Federation in Connection with the Implementation of Measures for Reforming the Power System of Russia dated November 4, 2007. The Partnership comprises sellers and buyers of electricity (capacity) that are wholesale market entities taking part in electricity trading on the wholesale market; organizations operating the commercial and technological infrastructure of the wholesale market, and other organizations operating in the electricity industry.

September 22, 2016
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