Power engineering market in 2013.

The global power engineering market is currently valued at about USD 100 billion per year, and the volume of this market may expand to about USD 150 billion per year by 2030.

In 2013, the largest share of investment for new power plant equipment was spent on thermal power development. The proportion of expenses on equipment in nuclear power and thermal power is expected to even out by 2030.

The Russian power engineering market (hereinafter referred to as PEM) will follow general global trends for the next few years.

The main focuses of the power engineering market in Russia involve plans to introduce new generating capacity in accordance with the general plan for the siting of electricity facilities before 2020 and the long-term period prior to 2030 and also in accordance with the road map for the construction of nuclear power plants prepared by Rosatom State Corporation.

In addition, in 2013, the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation approved the Scheme and Program for Development of the Unified Energy System of Russia for 2013-2019.

According to the information of System Operator of the Unified Energy System, total installed capacity at the power plants of UES of Russia amounted to 226,470.18 MW as of the end of 2013.

Installed capacity of UES of Russia power plants increased by 3,991.97 MW due to the commissioning of new generating equipment and the modernization of existing power plant equipment, including:

  • the commissioning of new capacity of UES of Russia power plants in 2013 totaled 3,738.37 MW taking into account the power plants of industrial enterprises;
  • increase in installed capacity of existing generating equipment due to modernization totaled 253.6 MW.

Structure of the installed capacity UES of Russia power plants by type of generating equipment as of January 1, 2014:

TPP power units

Sustainable development strategy of the Company

Sustainable development is the kind of development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

UN World Commission on Environment
and Development


For the first time, the Company announced the important role of sustainable development in its activity in the Report for 2010, where it recognized following the concept of sustainable development as one of the most important success factors in the medium and long term.


A mandatory condition for achieving the strategic goals of the Company is integration of the sustainable development aspects in its key priorities and plans.

Konstantin Tulupov,
Strategy Director, OJSC Atomenergomash

At that time, there were plans drawn up to develop this area, the main objective of which was to form a Sustainable Development Strategy and build a Sustainable Development Management System. Later on, the plans were annually updated due to the complexity of the objective and necessity of interaction between all divisions of the Company.

The Report of 2011 presented the sustainable development concept of OJSC Atomenergomash.

The agenda for sustainable development was worked out in detail, and the next objective was to link it with the initiatives being implemented or have been planned by the Company.

In its Sustainable Development Strategy, the Company has defined a list of the main areas of activity, based on the global agenda for sustainable development, the priorities of Rosatom State Corporation and the opinion of the Company's key stakeholders.

The strategic areas for sustainable development of OJSC Atomenergomash are presented below:

Strategic areas for sustainable development


Currently, strategic plans are not ready for all the areas; at this stage, for some of the areas only a strategic vision is prepared. In addition, the planning horizons are different for the areas due to the objective reasons, including applicable rules and requirements.