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Implementing Automated Electric Power Control and Accounting Systems (AEPCAS)

In 2016, within the implementation of energy service agreements, the Company organized the remote data collection from 16,439 electric power metering points, whereas the automation plan was for 45,723 metering points. Failure to fulfill the plan was due to the termination of 3 energy service agreements.

Besides, the Company investment program stipulated installation and automation of 2,148 metering devices in 2016; in fact 2,113 metering devices were installed and automated (failure to fulfill the plan was due to the termination of the power supply agreement between customers and the energy sales company).

The number of Company AEPCAS as of 12/31/2016 was 77,443 pcs (including within the framework of implementation of energy service agreements):

Total Number of AEPCAS, including those under Energy Service Agreements among Kubanenergo PJSC Branches as of 12/31/2016, pcs

Total Number of AEPCAS, including those under Energy Service Agreements among Kubanenergo PJSC Branches as of 12/31/2016, pcs

Accounting Systems Automated in 2016 under Energy Service Agreements among Kubanenergo PJSC Branches, pcs

Accounting Systems Automated in 2016 under Energy Service Agreements among Kubanenergo PJSC Branches, pcs

AEPCAS implementation proved its efficiency in reducing electricity losses. In 2016, actual losses on feeders included in energy service agreements were reduced at the average to 11%

Impact of AEPCAS Implementation in PJSC Kubanenergo Branches. Reduce of Losses on Feeders in Included PSC, %

AEPCAS implementation proved its efficiency in reducing electricity losses. In 2016, actual losses on feeders included in energy service agreements were reduced at the average to 11%

In 2017, the Company plans to continue AEPCAS implementation under the energy service agreements. It is being planned to automate more than 28 thou Company metering points in general and to increase the number of AEPCAS to 110 thou pcs by the end of 2017 that shall amount to 9.71% of all electricity meters in the Company. Implementation of the energy service agreements allowed to reduce electric power losses by 66.9 mln KWh in the reporting year.

 RESULTS OF OPERATING ACTIVITIES Electricity Transmission Implementing Automated Electric Power Control and Accounting Systems (AEPCAS)