June 20, 2017
RusHydro announces the renewal of license
PJSC RusHydro (MOEX, LSE: HYDR; OTCQX: RSHYY) informs about the renewal of its certificate of registration of hazardous industrial facilities No. А66-02932 of June 7, 2017 issued by the Yenisei division of the Federal Service for Ecological, Technological and Atomic Supervision (previous license No. А66-02932).
The Company has been informed about renewal of this certificate on June 19, 2017.
RusHydro Group is one of Russia's largest generating companies. RusHydro is the leading producer of renewable energy in Russia with over 70 generating facilities in Russia and abroad. The company also manages a number of R&D, engineering and electricity retail companies. Group's thermal assets are operated by subsidiary - RAO Energy System of East in the Far East of Russia. Total electricity generation capacity of the Group is 38.9 GW, heat capacity - 16.2 thousand GCal/h.
Russian Federation owns 60.56% in RusHydro, the rest is held by other institutional and individual shareholders (over 360,000). The company's stock is traded on Moscow Exchange (MOEX), and included in MSCI EM и MSCI Russia indexes. Company's GDRs in the IOB section of LSE, ADRs - in OTCQX.
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