OJSC Kubanenergo
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Key Indicators

The share of power transmission services in the total revenue of the Company for the year amounted to 89%.

In 2014, there was an increase in power supply to the grid of OJSC Kubanenergo, as compared with the previous year, in the amount of 730.8 mln KWh or 3.5%, which is due to an increase in consumer demand for electricity in view of the active development of the region, especially in the Sochi Energy District.

The main growth in power supply was seen in the following branches:

  • Krasnodar Electric Grids, 277.8 mln KWh or 5.2%
  • South Western Electrical Grids, 122.2 mln KWh or 3.2%
  • Sochi Electrical Grids, 107.3 mln. KWh or 3.7%.

Results of operations of the Company in 2014

Supply to grid, mln KWh

Supply from the grid to consumers and related territorial network organizations within the limits of the balance and operational responsibility, mln KWh

Losses

mln kWh

%

21,572.653

18,719.929

2,852.724

13.22

Electric power actual losses in 2013–2014

Actual 2013

Actual 2014

Changes

mln kWh

%

mln kWh

%

mln kWh

%

2,792.930

13.40

2,852.724

13.22

59.8

-0.18

Actual power losses in the electric grids of OJSC Kubanenergo in the reporting period amounted to 2,853 mln kWh or 13.22% of the total supply to the grid. In 2014, relative losses were reduced by 0.18 percentage points as compared to 2013. The increase in actual power losses in 2014 against 2013 amounted to 59.8 mln KWh. The growth in losses was caused by physical processes associated with the transmission of power and an increase in semi-variable (loading) losses due to the increased supply of power to the grid by 3.5% or 730.8 mln KWh, as well as to the addition of new customers and commissioning of new network equipment.

Dynamics of Power Transmission Services Rendered in 2013–2014

Volume of Power Transmission Services Rendered

2013

2014

Changes

mln kWh

RUB mln

mln kWh

RUB mln

mln kWh

RUB mln

%

16,483

30,505

17,082

28,464

599

- 2,041

3.6

Overall in 2014, the Company rendered power transmission services in the amount of 17,082 mln kWh, which was 599 mln kWh or 3.6% more than in 2013.