VALSTYBД–S Д®MONД– IGNALINOS ATOMINД– ELEKTRINД– STATE ENTERPRISE IGNALINA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT State Enterprise Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant is the principal producer of electric power in Lithuania. The first Unit of Ignalina NPP was put in operation in December 1983, and the second one in August 1987. The plant generates about 80% of total electric power consumption in Lithuania. In accordance with requirements of European Union, Lithuania was obligated to cease the plant operation by 31 December 2009. On 31 December 2004 Unit 1 was shut down. After the shut down of Unit 1 the electric power production by Ignalina NPP amounts to 70% of total electric power consumption in Lithuania. ACTIVITY OF IGNALINA NPP AS ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCER Year Production, million kW Sale, million kW Internal market, million kW Export, million kW 2005 (9 months) 7202 7111 4075 3036 2006 (9 months) 6984 6454 4498 1956 Difference -3 % -9.2 % 10 % -36 % Electric Power Trading for 9 months of 2005 and 2006, million kW 8000 6000 3036 1956 export 4000 2000 4075 4498 2005 Рі. 2006 Рі. 0 Internal market The reduction in amount of production in 2006 is explained by the longer period of planned preventive outage of the Unit 2. In 2005 the outage lasted 35 days and in 2006 вЂ“ 51 days. At the moment one turbogenerator is under repair, which is planned to be accomplished by 1 January. ELECTRICITY TRADING TO INTERNAL MARKET The major part of electric power is sold to public suppliers вЂ“ distribution networks, i.Рµ. JSC "VST" (Western distribution networks) and JSC Eastern distribution networks. An average 76% of total electric power traded to the internal market are sold to these companies. About 12% are sold to the Market Operator JSC Lietuvos Energija. The remaining part of electric power traded to the internal market is sold to the independent suppliers: JSC "Mazheikiu elektrine", JSC "Achema", state enterprise "Visagino Energija", JSC "Akmenes cementas" and JSC "Ekranas" Electric power distribution at the internal market for 9 months of 2006 JSC "VST" 39% JSC Eastern distribution networks JSC Lietuvos Energija Market Operator 34% 19% 2% JSC "Mazheikiu elektrine" 4% 2% JSC "Achema" SE "Visagino Energija", JSC "Akmenes cementas" , JSC "Ekranas" . EXPORT OF ELECTRICITY The major part of the exported electric power is sold to Russian company Inter RAO JEC. Moreover, the electric power is exported to Latvia and Estonia. The percentage ratio of the exported electric power is shown at the diagram below. The percentage ratio of the exported electric power in 2006 (9 months), % 77% Latvija E s tonia IN TE R R A O JE S 5% 18% ACTIVITY OF IGNALINA NPP AS INDEPENDENT SUPPLIER OF ELECTRIC POWER Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant traded electricity according 2 contracts to customers: - JSC вЂњLifosaвЂќ - CJSC вЂњKorelitaвЂќ. 2005 59.72 2004 69.75 Difference -14 % Sales return, million Lt 5.5 6.1 -10 % Sales cost value, million Lt 49 5.3 -8 % Implemented, million kW In 2005 the electric power sale to unconfined customers reduced to about 14%, correspondingly other activities were reduced. Electricity trading to the unconfined customers makes about 1% of total amount of the traded electricity. Rates for unconfined customers: In 2005 the differential rate and blanket rate for electric power were set for unconfined customers. The differential rate was set according to the temporary established areas: - during minimum demand - 7.1 ct/kW; - during average demand - 9.1 ct/kW; - during maximal demand - 14.6 ct/kW; - during red-letter days and days off - 7.1 ct/kW. Blanket rate - 8.9 ct/kW. During the scheduled and unscheduled outage of the power unit a rate was set - 12 ct/kW. ELECTRICITY TRADING TO UNCONFINED CUSTOMERS Unconfined customers - JSC "Lifosa" - CJSC вЂњKorelitaвЂќ. INPP as independent supplier 100% of electricity, sold to unconfined customers Purchase of contract electricity from INPP as producer ~ 70 % Purchase of services, according to public interests ~ 18% Additional electricity from the Market Operator, (JSC "Lietuvos Energija"). ~12% THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!