Kuzbassenergo

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JSC Kuzbassenergo
Type Joint-stock company
Traded as MCXKZBE
Founded 1943 (1943)
Headquarters Kemerovo, Russia
Key people Sergey Nikolaevich Mikhailov (CEO)
Revenue RUB30,617 million (2010)[1]
Operating income RUB3,493 million (2010)[1]
Net income RUB2,166 million (2010)[1]
Total assets RUB33,768 million (2010)[1]
Parent Siberian Energy Investments Ltd.
Website www.kuzbassenergo.ru/eng/

Kuzbassenergo OAO (also known as TGK-12) is a Russian joint-stock company specialized in the distribution of energy. The company's headquarters are located in the Russian city of Barnaul, in the Altai Krai region (Southwest Siberia). The company is controlled by Siberian Energy Investments Ltd., a holding company controlled by Andrey Melnichenko's company Donalink Ltd.[2][3][4]

According to the company's official website, Kuzbassenergo generated 24.906 million kw/h in 2006.[5]

Kuzbassenergo's CEO is Sergey Nikolaevich Mikhailov.

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