Capital Investment structure
As compared to the previous year, the capital investment funding structure in 2015 changed as follows: the volume of new construction funding increased by 10% due to the grid connection activities on major projects.
|Retrofitting and upgrading||0||345||351||671||522|
|Retrofitting and upgrading||1,374||1,348||1,033||801||622|
|Grid connection (hereinafter — GC), including||2,145||3,023||2,834||2,545||2,136|
|GC facilities with a capacity of over 670 kW (HV, MV1)||0||624||64||395||521|
|GC facilities with a capacity of 150 to 670 kW (MV2)||805||398||609||479||255|
|GC facilities with a capacity of 15 to 150 kW||103||188||307||231||174|
|GTC facilities with a capacity to 15 kW||1,094||1,813||1,854||1,441||1,186|
|Retrofitting and upgrading||605||0||0||296||163|
|Process management automation (except automated utility metering systems)||283||338||193||107||118|
|Electricity metering and monitoring means||31||257||232||128||67|
|Purchase of electric grid assets, land plots and other facilities||70||195||47||14||0.5|
|Other programmes and measures||678||1,055||595||315||273|
|Retrofitting and upgrading:|
In 2012, the post-crisis recovery and completion of the transition process to RAB-regulation at the branches allowed to increase the Investment Programme funding volume up to RUB 8.1 billion, which is 43% higher than in 2011.