Enel Russia appoints new head of health, safety, environment and quality

Published on Thursday, 1 December 2016

Moscow, December 1st, 2016 — Enel Russia has appointed Maxim Shalaev as its new Head of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality. In this position, he will replace Natalia Smoryakova who decided to leave the company and to pursue her career outside the Enel Group.

Previously Mr. Shalaev held the position of Projects Execution Manager in Enel Russia. Since the beginning of 2015 until his actual appointment, he worked as Head of Engineering and Construction.

Maxim Shalaev has 14 year experience in the energy sector. He started to work in Enel Russia in 2007.

Maxim Shalaev was born in 1980. In 2003, he graduated Moscow Power Engineering University with the Master’s Degree in Thermal Power plants. Being Russian native speaker, he also speaks English fluently.

An Enel Group subsidiary, PJSC Enel Russia An Enel Group subsidiary, PJSC Enel Russia operates the following power plants: Konakovskaya GRES, Nevinnomysskaya GRES, Sredneuralskaya GRES and Reftinskaya GRES. The company’s total gross installed electrical capacity is 9,428.7 MW (equivalent to 8,878.4 MW net installed capacity) and thermal capacity is 2.382 Gcal/h. PJSC Enel Russia’s authorised capital is 35,371,898,370 roubles, which is divided into ordinary shares with a par value of 1 rouble. The Enel Investment Holding B.V. share in the company’s authorised capital is 56.43%, PFR Partners Fund I Limited’s share is 19.03%, Prosperity Capital Management Limited’s share is 8.23%, VTB Bank’s share is 3.87% and other minority shareholders’ share is 12.44%. PJSC Enel Russia shares are listed in Level 1 MICEX quotation list. The company was established in Yekaterinburg on October 27th, 2004 as OJSC OGK-5. On July 7th, 2009 by the resolution of Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting the company was renamed OJSC Enel OGK-5 and on August 8th, 2014 the Federal Tax Service registered the new version of the company’s charter with the name OJSC Enel Russia. On June 25th, 2015 the company changed its legal type and was renamed PJSC Enel Russia.