Moscow is one of the biggest cities in the world and obviously one of the largest Russian centers with powerful electricity system. The population of Moscow is about 12 million people (10,2% of the country population). List of commercial and residential customers of electricity includes 73 000 buildings and 4 350 streets. The gross regional product of Moscow is about 21.7% of the total Russian GRP.
Extraordinary area means big responsibility. Modernization of electricity system via additional investments and energy efficiency policy help to achieve our primary goals.
GRP energy intensity was reduced by 24,4% in the period from 2011 to 2016.
Moscow looks to meet its goal of reducing energy intensity by 40% in 2020.
The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM is a global technological leader. It is one of the Russian Federation’s largest companies and one of the country’s largest taxpayers. It is comprised of assets in nuclear power, power engineering, and NPP design and construction. ROSATOM is Russia’s largest electricity generating company, producing 202.868 bln kWh of electricity in 2017 (196.366 bln kWh in 2016) or 18.9% of the total electricity generated in the country. ROSATOM has the world’s largest portfolio of foreign construction projects (35 NPPs in 11 countries). ROSATOM produces approximately 3,000 tons of uranium annually, not including foreign production. Russian and foreign (especially Kazakhstani) raw material deposits will be enough to supply ROSATOM’s domestic and international projects for the next hundred years. ROSATOM covers 17 % of the global nuclear fuel market. ROSATOM also manufactures equipment and produces isotopes for nuclear medicine, carries out research and material studies, produces supercomputers, software, and different nuclear and non-nuclear innovative products. ROSATOM’s strategy includes the development of clean energy projects, including wind energy. ROSATOM is comprised of over 300 enterprises and organizations, including the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. ROSATOM is tasked with the uniform implementation of state policy on the uses of atomic energy as well as the fulfilment of the Russian Federation’s international obligations with regard to the peaceful uses of atomic energy.