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IDGC of the South

Company

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JSC Interregional Distribution Grid Company of the South

Owners:
IDGC Holding

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Number of employees
2017 year
13800

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Owners

+ IDGC of the South

JSC IDGC of the South is the Russian company located in Rostov-on-Don and working in the power industry industry. Total length on the route of transmission lines – 157,970 km. Number of staff – over 13.8 thousand people. Enters into PJSC Russian Networks group.

The JSC IDGC of the South company (Interregional Distribution Grid Company of the South) is engaged in electric power distribution on the electric networks in Astrakhan, Volgograd, Rostov areas, the Republic of Kalmykia. The CEO of the company is Boris Borisovich Ebzeev, the chairman of the board of directors - Sergey Aleksandrovich Arkhipov.

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History and structure

The company was founded on June 28, 2007, according to the solution of the only founder - JSC RAO UES of Russia. Initially five distribution grid companies (DGC) were a part of JSC IDGC of the South: JSC Astrakhanenergo, JSC Volgogradenergo, JSC Kubanenergo, JSC Rostovenergo, JSC Kalmenergo, however on March 31, 2008 they stopped the activity and four of them were a part of JSC IDGC of the South.
The major shareholders of the company were JSC Rosseti (51.66%) and Lancrenan Investments Limited (9.28%).

The company has four branches: Astrakhanenergo, Volgogradenergo, Rostovenergo, Kalmenergo which carry out work, respectively in Astrakhan, Volgograd, Rostov areas, the Republic of Kalmykia.

Activity

JSC IDGC of the South performs electric power transmission on the electric networks of 110 kV — 0.4 kV and joining of consumers to power supply networks in this territory. The company works at total area more than 334 thousand square kilometers that makes nearly 2% of the territory of the Russian Federation. In this territory about 8.5 million people live. JSC IDGC of the South incorporates more than 1,220 substations of 35-220 kV with a total power of 18,710 MVA and more than 31,000 transformer substations of 6.10/0.4 kV with a total power about 5,000 MVA.