Publication date: 05.04.19
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Meeting of Board of Directors of Unipro PJSC

On April 04, 2018, the Board of Directors of Unipro PJSC held a meeting and approved the inclusion of the following candidates nominated by company shareholders into the list of candidates for the election to the company Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders following the results of 2018:


Georgiy L. Abdushelishvili, Managing Director, Senior Partner, Vector of Leadership JSC,

Anna G. Belova, Professor of the Higher School of Management, Higher School of Economics,

Uwe Heinz Fip, Senior Vice President Gas Supply & Origination, Uniper Global Commodities SE,

Ulrich Köster, Executive Vice-President of HR, Uniper SE,

Patrick Wolff, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Uniper SE,

Oleg V. Vyugin, Professor of School of Finance, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Higher School of Economics,

Günter Eckhardt Rümmler, Member of the Management Board, Uniper SE,

Reiner Hartmann, Head of Moscow Representative Office, Uniper Global Commodities SE,

Maxim G. Shirokov, CEO, Unipro PJSC.


The Board of Directors also approved a number of other resolutions related to Unipro PJSC activities.


About Unipro PJSC

Unipro PJSC (till June 22, 2016 – E.ON Russia JSC) was registered in Surgut on March 4, 2005. The authorized capital of the company amounts to RUB 25,219,482,458.37, the par value of one share is RUB 0.4. 

83.7% shares of Unipro PJSC are held by Uniper Russia Holding GmbH – a fully owned subsidiary of Uniper SE, the international energy company.

The Company’s core operations comprise electric power and capacity generation and sales. Unipro PJSC is operating at the Russian market of distributed generation and engineering as well.

Unipro PJSC comprises five thermal power plants with a total capacity of 11,235 MW: Surgutskaya GRES-2 (5,657 MW), Berezovskaya GRES (2,400 MW), Shaturskaya GRES (1,500 MW), Smolenskaya GRES (630 MW), and Yayvinskaya GRES (1,048MW). 

Electric power generation in 2017 amounted to 48.2 billion kWh, heat generation was 2,127.1 thousand Gcal.