February 22, 2022, Moscow,
RusHydro (ticker symbol: MOEX, LSE: HYDR; OTCQX: RSHYY) announces
that the Company's Board of Directors held a meeting in absentia on
February 21, 2022.
The Board of Directors approved the report on
divestment of non-core assets for 2021. Maintenance expenses of
non-core assets decreased by RUB 141 bn.
The Board approved entering into agreement on
gratuitous transfer of axial turbine wheel of Maynskaya HPP, which
was disassembled in the course of comprehensive modernization, to
interregional department of State Property Management (Rosimushestvo)
of Krasnoyarsk region, Republic of Khakassia and Tyva. It will serve
as training exhibit in the laboratory of Sayano-Shushenskiy branch of
the Siberian Federal University.
RusHydro has been collaborating with the
university over an extended period. Its branch in the village of
Cheremushki located near Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP prepares
industry-specific professionals many of which continue their career
in RusHydro Group. The training practice laboratory of hydraulics and
hydromechanics where the turbine wheel has been assembled is located
in Cheremushki as well.
The Board of Directors approved amendments to
RusHydro Groupís technical policy, which was approved in 2020.
RusHydro Groupís technical policy is aimed at
fulfillment of the Groupís main responsibilities and development of
technologies and technical solutions to ensure reliability and safety
of generation assets and their efficient operation in the short-term
and long-term. The amendment complies with RusHydro Groupís
development Strategy approved in May 2021 and latest updates to the
regulatory framework. The approved changes allow unification of
technical requirements for gas turbines, automated hybrid power
complexes and system management of technological procedures as well
as optimization of capital and operational expenses following
increase of autonomous operation of small HPPs.
The Board of Directors approved the schedule of
PJSC RusHydroís internal auditís key activities for 2022
The Board of Directors approved changes to the
Single provision on procurement of products for RusHydro Groupís
needs. The changes enable increase of procurementís share of
locally produced goods and services as well as optimization of