Samruk-Energy sums up 10M 2020 operations and participates in Central trading in electricity for 2021

20.11.20 12:00
/KASE, November 20, 2020/ – Samruk-Energy (Nur-Sultan), whose bonds are officially listed on Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE), has provided KASE with the following communique dated November 20, 2020: quote Centralized trading in electricity for the Northern and Southern zones of the Single Electric Power System (SEPS) of the republic took place in Kazakhstan, taking into account the capacity of power transmission lines connecting the Northern and Southern zones of the SEPS of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The trades took place at the platform of KOREM JSC, the Kazakh operator of the electricity and power market. The total trading volume falling on the Northern and Southern zones of the SEPS of the Republic of Kazakhstan amounted to 5,178.91 MWt. The total volume of the supply of services for maintaining the readiness of electric capacity amounted to 5875 MWt. According to preliminary estimates, power plants of Samruk-Energy JSC sold 2,768 MWt at the auction, including: Almaty Electric Power Plants JSC – 490 MWt, Ekibastuz GRES-2 Station JSC – 625 MWt, Ekibastuz B. Nurzhanov GRES-1 LLP – 1,653 MWt. The conducted capacity trades will allow maintaining an uninterrupted operation of the power facilities of Samruk-Energy JSC in 2021. unquote More details are available on KASE website at: - – in Kazakh; - – in Russian. [2020-11-20]