TNS energo Nizhny Novgorod: a company with high transparency in procurement

The organisations participating in the Rating of Transparency are some of the most significant federal and regional purchasers, as well as being leaders in the Russian corporate sector. The main factor used in assessing their procurement activity for ranking purposes was their compliance with transparency standards and with the economy and efficiency of their procurement activity.

TNS energo Nizhny Novgorod’s "High Transparency" status is indicative of the company’s efficient procurement system and full compliance with the legislative standards of the Russian Federation in the field of procurement.

The National Rating of Transparency in Procurement is an independent research project, the experts of which are engaged in economic and legal analysis of the public and corporate procurement markets. This ranking is compiled annually with the support of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Accounts Chamber and the Chamber of Trade and Industry of the Russian Federation.

Company Profile:

PJSC TNS energo NN is the guaranteeing power supplier in the Nizhny Novgorod region, servicing more than 33,000 legal entities and over 1.2 million personal accounts. According to its 2015 results, the company supplied 9.2 billion kWh of electricity.

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 Mari El (Mari El Republic), 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 energo Veliky 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.