On January 29, E.ON Connecting Energies LLC and DEGA Group (AMG) signed a joint activity agreement for provision of energy solutions for industrial and business parks in Russia, as stated by JSC E.ON Russia's press service.
This document was signed by Maxim G. Shirokov, CEO of E.ON Connecting Energies, and Ewald Schmutz, CEO of DEGA.
The agreement defines terms and conditions under which these companies will cooperate in production and delivery of heat and electricity and their responsibilities.
According to this document, E.ON Connecting Energies acquires a 67% stake in Noginsky Heat Center (owned by DEGA Group's subsidiary).
Noginsky Heat Center currently owns and manages 2 CCGTs with a combined capacity of 30 MW in the Noginsk industrial park (Moscow region). NHC provides services to 26 large Russian and international companies, such as Bayer, Leroy Merlin, MegaFon, Metro, Oriflame, etc.
Also, the agreement assumes that DEGA Group shall work only with E.ON Connecting Energies as concerns decentralized delivery of the heat and electricity, generating and distributing equipment during the construction of the new industrial parks in Russia.
E.ON Connecting Energies LLC (a wholly owned subsidiary of JSC E.ON Russia) was established on November 9, 2012. The company delivers power supply and distributed generation solutions.
Dega Group is a Swiss company focusing on the development of industrial parks, industrial and commercial construction projects, creation of combined heat and power plants.
JSC E.ON Russia (previously OGK-4, tax number: 8602067092) was registered on March 4, 2005 in Surgut. The company operates five thermal power plants with the general capacity of 10,345 MW: Surgutskaya GRES-2 (5,597 MW), Berezovskaya GRES (1,600 MW), Shaturskaya GRES (1,493 MW), Smolenskaya GRES (630 MW) and Yaivinskaya GRES (1,025 MW). In 2012, E.ON Russia increased electric power output by 2.78% to 64.202 billion kWh, heat power output to 2,185 thousand Gcal.
The company's authorized capital is RUB 25.219 billion, the par value of one share being RUB 0.4. E.ON Russia Holding (wholly owned by international power concern E.ON AG) holds 83.73% of E.ON Russia's shares.
IFRS net profit of JSC E.ON Russia for H1 2013 grew by 7.88% to RUB 9.389 billion from RUB 8.703 billion for the same period in 2012. Revenue increased by 9.06% to RUB 38.4 billion from RUB 35.211 billion, profit from operations by 5.61% to RUB 10.332 billion from RUB 9.783 billion, pre-tax profit by 8.02% to RUB 11.584 billion from RUB 10.724 billion the year before.
According to the information and retrieval system DataCapital, RAS net profit of JSC E.ON Russia for 9 months 2013 grew by 0.39% to RUB 13.64 billion from RUB 13.587 billion the year before. Revenue increased by 5.39% to RUB 58.476 billion from RUB 55.484 billion, sales profit by 3.15% to RUB 16.062 billion from RUB 15.571 billion, pre-tax profit decreased by 1.34% to RUB 16.423 billion from RUB 16.647 billion.