Mosenergo

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OJSC Mosenergo
OAO Мосэнерго
Type Public (OAO)
Traded as MCXMSNG
LSEAOMD
Industry Electricity
Founded 1887 (1887)
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people Kirill Seleznev (Chairman)
Vitaly Yakovlev (CEO)
Products Electric power
Thermal energy
Revenue Decrease US$5.0 billion (2012)
Net income Decrease US$207.1 million (2012)
Employees 16,725
Parent Gazprom
Website www.mosenergo.ru

Mosenergo (also known as TGK-3;) is the largest Russian power generating company operating on fossil fuel and the largest thermal generation company in the world.[citation needed] In addition to electric power it also generates and sells heat for consumers in Moscow and the Moscow Oblast. The company was founded in 1887 in Moscow.

The power plants of Mosenergo have installed electricity capacity of 11,100 MW and thermal capacity of 39,900 MW. Mosenergo operates 17 power plants with 104 cogeneration turbines, 7 gas-turbine units, one combined cycle power unit, two expansion generation units, 117 power boilers, and 114 peak-load boilers.

Mosenergo is a subsidiary of Gazprom. Its shares are listed on the Moscow Exchange and London Stock Exchange. Even after the split of assets by production and financial parameters the company remains one of the leading companies in Russia's power industry.

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