PJSC RusHydro was established on December 2, 2004 as part of the reorganization of the national energy holding RAO UES of Russia.
RusHydro is the largest hydro-generating company in Russia and among the top global hydropower companies in terms of installed capacity of power plants.
RusHydro Group is a leader in generating renewable energy from water flows, solar, wind, and geothermal energy.[102-1], [102-2]
The Company is registered in Krasnoyarsk and headquartered in Moscow. [102-3] RusHydro Group operates within the Unified Energy System (UES) of Russia. One of the Group’s key assets is JSC RAO ES East Subgroup representing the most part of the Far Eastern Federal District’s power grid. The Company also operates in the global market by managing Armeniabased Sevan-Hrazdan Сascade HPPs [102-4].
In accordance with the Russian President’s Order No. 1009 dated August 4, 2004, PJSC RusHydro has been included in the list of strategic enterprises and joint stock companies since 2012.
Currently, RusHydro Group comprises over 400 power generation facilities, including Russia’s largest Sayano- Shushenskaya HPP named after P. S. Neporozhniy (capacity of 6,400 MW), nine power plants of Volga-Kama cascade (total installed capacity over 10,000 MW), Bureyskaya HPP (capacity of 2,010 MW), Zeyskaya HPP (capacity of 1,330 MW), Novosibirskaya HPP (capacity of 480 MW), several dozen hydroelectric power plants in the North Caucasus and highly maneuverable capacities of pumped storage power plants (PSPP). RusHydro Group also includes thermal power plants in the Far East with a total capacity of over 8,000 MW and geothermal power plants in Kamchatka.