Dmitry Arzhanov, General Director of the TNS energo Group thanked at federal level for implementation of socially important projects

The support for such socially oriented projects, aimed at developing the intellectual, professional and sporting abilities of young people, is an integral part of the activities of TNS.The Group, managed by Dmitry Arzhanov, pays special attention to charity projects, including developing youth sport and supporting pupils at children's homes in the Volga Federal District. 

Dmitry Arzhanov said: “The constructive interaction with representatives of the Volga Federal District authorities, and their tangible support in implementing our charitable initiatives mean that our Groupis not only continuing its socially oriented activity, but is also improving its effectiveness. This helps to ensure that young people achieve good results in sports, in their professional activity and in their lives in general”. 

Mr Babich thanked him for the support provided to public projects in the Volga Federal District, adding: “I am sure that our fruitful cooperation will continue to encourage the practical implementation of events aimed at the moral and patriotic education of young people as well as achieving the objectives set by our Head of State in this vitally important area”.

Company Profile: 

The PJSC TNS energo Group of Companies is a participant in the wholesale electricity market, managing 10 guaranteeing suppliers serving around 21 million consumers in 11 regions of the Russian Federation: PJSC TNS energo Voronezh (Voronezh region), JSC TNS energo Karelia (Republic of Karelia), OJSC Kubanenergosbyt (Krasnodar region and the Republic of Adygea), PJSC TNS energo Mary El (Republic of Mary El), PJSC TNS energo NN (Nizhny Novgorod region), JSC TNS energo Tula (Tula region), PJSC TNS energo Rostov-on-Don (Rostov region), PJSC TNS energo Yaroslavl (Yaroslavl region), LLC TNS energoVeliky Novgorod (Novgorod region) and LLC TNS energo Penza (Penza region). According to its 2015 results, the Group of Companies supplied 63.2 billion kWh of electricity.