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AES is one of the largest global power companies. In 2007, the revenue amounted to $14b. The company operates in 28 countries across 5 continents. The capacities of AES generating and distribution facilities can cover the energy demand of 100m people over the globe. Annual turnover of 13 distribution companies exceeds 78,000 GW. 43,000 MW of power are produced by 121 generating companies. 28,000 employees over the globe are working to ensure excellent quality and satisfy the growing demand in electricity.

AES in Kazakhstan focuses on the distribution and generation of power. Power generating assets include: Shulbinsk HPP, Ust-Kamenogorsk HPP, Ust-Kamenogorsk TPP, Sogrin TPP.

Power distribution assets are represented by Ust-Kamenogorsk heat supply network. The company provides services to more than 100,000 consumers. 



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