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    FGC UES, PJSC Announces H1 2020 RAS Results
    31 July 2020 FGC UES, PJSC Announces H1 2020 RAS Results Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System (“FGC UES” or the “Company”; LSE, Moscow Exchange: FEES), owner and operator of the Unified National Electricity Grid, announces its financial results for the first half of 2020 under Russian Accounting Standards (RAS).

    Rosseti FGC UES upgrades power center of coal-mining enterprises in northern Kuzbass 22 July 2020 Rosseti FGC UES upgrades power center of coal-mining enterprises in northern Kuzbass Rosseti FGC UES (FGC UES, PJSC) has finished revamping Krokhalevskaya 220 kV substation in the Kemerovo region. New 35 kV switchgear has been installed, emergency control and backup power supply systems upgraded. The works cost 107 mn rubles. The project has improved the power supply to Berezovsky town district with over 47 thous. people, the Berezovskaya Central Beneficiation Factory and large coal mining companies: Chernigovsky, Kedrovsky and Rover open-pit mines, Berezovskaya and Pervomayskaya mines.

    Rosseti FGC UES begins building new 220 kV substation and OHL in Khakassia 20 July 2020 Rosseti FGC UES begins building new 220 kV substation and OHL in Khakassia Rosseti FGC UES (FGC UES, PJSC) is planning to invest 2.7 bn rubles to build Stepnaya 220 kV substation and second 220 kV transmission line between Oznachennoye and Stepnaya. With 80 MVA capacity, the substation will become a new power center to feed central and southern areas of the Republic of Khakassia with about 85 thousand people. As a result, conditions will be created to increase the throughput capacity of the Trans-Siberian railway and improve the reliability of links between the power system of Khakassia and the power systems of the Republic of Tuva and the Kemerovo region.

    Rosseti FGC UES increasing throughput capacity of Tyva power transit 14 July 2020 Rosseti FGC UES increasing throughput capacity of Tyva power transit Rosseti FGC UES (FGC UES, PJSC) has commenced revamping three key power centers involved in the transit of electricity to the Republic of Tyva: Abaza, Turan, and Ak-Dovurak 220 kV substations. This will raise the maximum permissible flow in the Krasnoyarsk, Khakassia – Tyva section by 62%, up to 390 MW, which will improve the reliability of power supply to consumers in the area during the emergency response and repair work and will, in the longer term, allow connecting new productions and infrastructure facilities. The company's volume of investments will be 53 mn rubles.