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PJSC RusHydro: RusHydro Group announces its 4Q and FY2021 operating results

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27-Jan-2022 / 13:24 CET/CEST
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RusHydro Group announces its 4Q and FY2021 operating results

January 27, 2022. Moscow, Russia. PJSC RusHydro (ticker symbol: MICEX-RTS, LSE: HYDR; OTCQX: RSHYY) announces operating results for the 4th quarter and full year ended December 31 2021, of the parent company and subsidiaries of RusHydro Group reflected in consolidated financial statements.

Solid production results driven by widespread geographical presence of generating facilities on river basins throughout the regions of presence.

2021 key highlights:

  • 143,766 GWh (-3.3%) - total electricity generation of RusHydro Group including Boguchanskaya hydropower plant in 2021. Total electricity generation by RusHydro Group excluding Boguchanskaya hydropower plant amounted to 126,528 GWh (-3.4%)1;
  • 2 hydropower plants have set new all-time high annual record outputs: Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP (29,379 GWh, +10.4%) and Zeiskaya HPP (7,673 GWh, +37.9%)
  • 116,261 GWh - electricity output from hydro and pumped storage plants incl. Boguchanskaya HPP (-4.3%)2;
  • 27,075 GWh - electricity output from thermal power plants (+1.5%);
  • 30,109 GWh - total electricity output from power plants in the Far Eastern Federal District (+2.6%);
  • 46,389 GWh - sales by Group's electricity retail companies (+2.1%)3.

 

Installed electric capacity of RusHydro Group

RusHydro Group's installed capacity increased by 100 MW in 2021. The main drivers for change in installed electric capacity were increase of installed capacity of Ust-Srednekanskaya HPP (+117 MW) and increase of installed capacity of Nizhegorodskaya and Votkinskaya HPPs (+13 MW) following execution of comprehensive modernization program.             

 

MW

Dec 31, 2021

Dec 31, 2020

Center of Russia HPPs /PSPPs

11,819.9

11,807.4

S. of Russia and N. Caucasus

3,311.7

3,311.7

Siberia

7,211.0

7,211.0

Total for price zones of Russia

22,342.6

22,330.1

HPPs of the Far East

5,714.4

5,597.6

RAO ES East

7,015.7

7,044.0

Geothermal PPs, RES

81.1

82.5

Total for non-price and isolated zones of Russia

12,811.2

12,724.1

TOTAL

35,153.8

35,054.2

  incl. by HPPs, PSPPs2

28,057.0

27,927.7

  incl. by TPPs and other

7,015.7

7,044.0

  incl. by geothermal, RES

81.1

82.5

Boguchanskaya HPP

2,997.0

2,997.0

TOTAL (incl. Boguchanskaya HPP)

38,150.8

38,051.2

 

Installed heat capacity of RusHydro Group

The main change in installed heat capacity came on the back of decommissioning of boilers at Neryungri water boiler (200 Gcal/h) and decommissioning of heat generating unit at Komsomolskaya CHPP-1 (60 Gcal/h).

GCal/h

Dec 31, 2021

Dec 31, 2020

JSC DGK, incl.

12,366.7

12,626.2

Primorye power system

2,416.0

2,416.0

Khabarovsk power system

7,587.0

7,646.5

Amur power system

1,178.7

1,178.7

South-Yakutia power district

1,185.0

1,385.0

JSC RAO ES East (CHP Vostochnaya)

432.6

432.6

JSC DGK and JSC RAO ES East

12,799.3

13,058.8

Yakutsk power system, incl.

2,540.8

2,548.8

PJSC Yakutskenergo

1,723.7

1,726.2

JSC Sakhaenergo

87.9

87.9

JSC Teploenergoservice

729.2

734.7

Kamchatka power system, incl.

1,253.0

1,273.4

PJSC Kamchatskenergo

1,204.6

1,226.3

JSC KSEN

48.4

47.1

Magadan power system (PJSC Magadanenergo)

775.3

775.3

Chukotka AO power system (JSC Chukotenergo)

399.3

399.3

Sakhalin power system (PJSC Sakhalinenergo)

783.5

783.5

Total isolated and other power systems

5,751.9

5,780.3

TOTAL

18,551.3

18,839.1

Electricity generation by the plants of RusHydro Group, GWh

 

4Q'21

4Q'20

chg, %

2021

2020

chg, %

Center of Russia

7,753

9,924

-21.9%

37,453

48,245

-22.4%

South of Russia and North Caucasus

1,746

1,019

71.8%

7,881

6,331

24.5%

Siberia

6,391

7,483

-14.6%

32,478

30,347

7.0%

Total for the price zones

15,980

18,426

-13.2%

77,812

84,923

-8.4%

Far East

5,332

4,760

12.0%

19,043

16,693

14.1%

RAO ES East

8,887

8,031

10.7%

29,674

29,371

1.0%

TOTAL

30,109

31,218

-3.6%

126,528

130,987

-3.4%

incl. by HPPs, PSPPs

21,769

23,862

-8.8%

99,023

103,881

-4.7%

incl. by TPPs and other

8,222

7,247

13.5%

27,075

26,680

1.5%

incl. by alt. renewables (geothermal, solar, wind)

118

109

8.0%

430

426

1.1%

Boguchanskaya HPP

4,717

4,542

3.8%

17,238

17,638

-2.3%

 

The underlying factors of the production change in 2021 were:

 

  • water inflows to the reservoirs of the Volga-Kama cascade at the normal level;
  • water inflows to the  reservoirs in Siberia, Far East and Northern Caucasus above the normal level;
  • increase of electricity consumption in the Far East by 1.1%
  • increase of heat output in the Far East driven by weather conditions.

Heat output by RusHydro Group's thermal plants in the Far Eastern Federal District in the fourth quarter of 2021 came in at 10,177 GCal, in 2021 - 30,109 GCal, a decline of 0.7% and increase of 2.6% respectively as compared to 2020.

Heat output by thermal plants of RAO ES of the East Subgroup, '000 GCal

 

4Q'21

4Q'20

chg, %

2021

2020

chg, %

JSC DGK incl.

6,968

7,146

-2.5%

20,398

19,964

2.2%

   Primorye power system

1,293

1,339

-3.5%

4,080

4,049

0.8%

   Khabarovsk power system

4,040

4,109

-1.7%

11,719

11,468

2.2%

   Amur power system

888

922

-3.7%

2,530

2,474

2.3%

   South Yakutsk power district

748

708

5.5%

2,070

1,907

8.5%

JSC RAO ES East (CHPP Vostochnaya)

147

274

-46.5%

715

846

-15.4%

PJSC Yakutskenergo

973

966

0.8%

2,677

2,550

5.0%

UES of East

8,088

8,385

-2.0%

23,791

23,360

1.8%

Yakutsk power system incl.

498

273

81.9%

1,342

1,006

33.4%

   JSC Sakhaenergo

20

23

-12.7%

60

66

-8.9%

   JSC Teploenergoservice

478

251

90.5%

1,282

940

36.3%

Kamchatka power system incl.

600

588

2.0%

1,904

1,919

-0.8%

   PJSC Kamchatskenergo

573

588

-2.5%

1,827

1,877

-2.7%

   JSC KSEN

27

-

-

78

42

82.3%

Magadan power system

410

407

0.8%

1,271

1,238

2.7%

Chukotka AO power system

125

105

18.6%

402

397

1.3%

Sakhalin power system

456

485

-5.9%

1,399

1,438

-2.7%

Isolated power systems

2,088

1,858

12.3%

6,318

5,999

5.3%

TOTAL

10,177

10,243

-0.7%

30,109

29,358

2.6%

 

Electricity retail

Total electricity output by RusHydro Group's energy retail companies in 4Q 2021 and 2021 increased by 0.1% and 2.1% to 12,961 GWh and 46,389 GWh, respectively. The majority of decrease came on the back of climate factor aided by economic recovery as electricity consumption increased following lifting of restrictions implemented in 2020 on the back of COVID-19 pandemic spread.

 

Electricity output by RusHydro Group's retail companies, GWh3

 

4Q'21

4Q'20

chg, %

2021

2020

chg, %

PJSC Krasnoyarskenergosbyt

3,142

3,310

-5.1%

11,585

11,315

2.4%

PJSC Ryazan retail company

681

671

1.6%

2,504

2,426

3.2%

JSC ESC RusHydro

426

577

-26.1%

1,566

2,071

-24.4%

PJSC DEK

6,314

6,048

4.4%

22,029

21,162

4.1%

Total ESC RusHydro subgroup

10,563

10,606

-0.4%

37,684

36,974

1.9%

Isolated energy systems (for reference)

2,398

2,337

2.6%

8,705

8,482

2.6%

Total by Group

12,961

12,943

0.1%

46,389

45,456

2.1%

 

Water inflows forecast

According to the forecast of the Hydrometeorology Center of Russia, the following dynamics of water inflows to the major reservoirs is expected in the 1st quarter of 2022:

  • Total water inflows to reservoirs on Volga-Kama cascade are expected slightly below the normal level;
  • Inflows to the reservoirs on the rivers Siberia and the Southern Caucasus above the normal level;
  • In the Far East inflows to Zeyskoye reservoir are expected above the normal level, to Kolymskoye reservoir at the long-run average.

 

Hereinafter data is reported excluding Armenia and Primorskaya GRES. On 11.03.2020 RusHydro has finalized divestment of its assets in Armenia to PJSC Hrazdan Power Company (HrazTES, Tashir Group). Primorksaya GRES was sold to SUEK Group in June 2020.

2 The Boguchanskaya hydropower plant is part of the Boguchanskiy Energy and Metals Complex (BEMO), a 50/50 joint venture (JV) between RusHydro and UC RUSAL, and is not part of RusHydro Group. According to RusHydro's shareholding in the JV (50%), the results of the plant are reported in the official financial statements in "Share of results of associates and jointly controlled entities". Operations of the HPP have been put into the press-release for general reference.

3 Data excluding Chuvash Retail Company. On 23.09.2021, 100% share in Chuvash Retail Company was divested to Transenergoprom.

 

 

 

 

 

About RusHydro

RusHydro is Russia's largest power company by installed capacity. It is the country's largest hydrogenerating company and the third in the world with over 400 generating facilities. RusHydro Group is the leading producer of renewable energy in Russia with total electricity generation capacity of 38.2 GW.

 

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The information in this press release may contain projections or other forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future financial performance of RusHydro. You can identify forward looking statements by terms such as "expect," "believe," "anticipate," "estimate," "intend," "will," "could," "may" or "might," the negative of such terms or other similar expressions. We wish to caution you that these statements are only predictions and that actual events or results may differ materially from these statements. We do not intend to update these statements to reflect events and circumstances occurring after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. Many factors could cause the actual results to differ materially from those contained in our projections or forward-looking statements, including, among others, general economic conditions, our competitive environment, risks associated with operating in Russia, rapid technological and market change in our industries, as well as many other risks specifically related to RusHydro and its operations.

 

 

 




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