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Inter RAO increases its stake in Russian Gas Turbines to 50%


MOSCOW, Russia – April 19, 2019 - Inter RAO increased its interest in Russian Gas Turbines from 25% to 50% by buying out a 25% stake from the United Engine Corporation (UEC), a Rostec company.

The deal was closed on April 18, 2019.


Russian Gas Turbines - a joint venture of General Electric and Inter RAO. The company manufactures and provides maintenance services of high-efficient 6F.03 (6FA) 82 MW gas turbine units.

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The “Inter RAO” group is a diversified energy holding present in different segments of the electric power industry in Russia and abroad. The company occupies leading positions in Russia in the field of export-import of electricity, actively increasing its presence in the segments of generation and distribution, as well as developing new business areas. The strategy of “Inter RAO” aims at creating a global energy enterprise – a key player in the global energy market, a leader in the Russian power industry in the area of productivity. Installed capacity of power plants included in the “Inter RAO” group and under its management exceeds at 33 GW.