Enel Russia operating results showed a growth in h1 2022

OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

      1H 2022  1H 2021 Change 
  Net power production (GWh)        10 186      9 758      +4,4%
 including:      
     - gas output      10 059      9 725      +3,4%
     - wind output      127      34      +273,1%
 Power sales (GWh)      11 449      11 035      +3,8%
 Heat sales (thousand Gcal)      2 157      2 207      -2,3%

  • Net power production increased due to higher electricity demand in the areas of Enel Russia’s operations, on the background of industrial production positive dynamics and lower nuclear power plants’ production in the Central Russia. Additionally, the positive output dynamics was supported by the green energy contribution from the Azov wind farm commissioned in May 2021.

    Going into deeper analysis, the increase of conventional gas units output alongside with green energy output allowed to offset the negative dynamics of CCGTs loading, and in particular:

    - Conventional gas units’ output increased by 7.0% YoY in H1 2022, mostly driven by positive electricity demand dynamics in the energy system and decrease of nuclear power plants production in the Central Russia.

    - Combined cycle units’ output showed a decrease of 4.3% mostly due to maintenance works in 2Q 2022.

    - Wind production continued to positively impact company’s dynamics.

  • Power sales increased generally in line with the abovementioned net output dynamics.
  • Heat sales decreased by 2.3%, mostly influenced by higher temperatures at the beginning of 2022 compared to the last year.

Enel Russia operating results showed a growth in h1 2022

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