generating records annual report 2014

Interaction as this Annual Report Was Prepared

In view of the nature of the Concern’s activity the following subjects were selected as the priority issues of the Report: «Safety of the Russian Nuclear Industry» and «Increasing Capacity of NPP Power Units with VVER-Type Reactors».

Key stakeholder representatives were involved in dialogs discussing the overall concept, priority issues, and the draft of the Annual Report, as well as participated in selection of the significant aspects and public affirmation of the Report.

Dialog No. 1 on “Discussing the Concept of the 2014 Annual Report of Rosenergoatom Concern OJSC” with stakeholders took place on December 2014 in absentia (by survey). During the dialog all participants received the draft concept of the Concern’s Annual Report. Representatives of stakeholders could express their comments and suggestions. Following the dialog, a number of significant changes were introduced to the Annual Report (see the table on consideration of suggestions made by Stakeholders – Appendix 15).

Dialog No. 2 on the subjects «Safety of the Russian Nuclear Industry» and «Increasing Capacity of NPP Power Units with VVER-Type Reactors» took place on March 5, 2014 in the format of a visiting meeting at Kalinin NPP. During the dialog the participants visited operating power units of Kalinin NPP, saw the operations on increasing capacity of VVER power units, and could ask questions regarding disclosure of information in the annual report regarding the Concern’s activity in 2014 and measures on safety assurance at Russian NPPs. Stakeholders expressed certain comments and suggestions regarding reflection of information on this priority subject in the annual report. These comments and suggestions were taken into account during preparation of the report.


Public consultations on the draft Annual Report took place in the Concern’s Headquarters on May 6, 2015. A wide range of interested parties took part in the consultations. They expressed suggestions and comments to the draft report. In general, a high level of information disclosure and reflection of opinions and suggestions of interested parties expressed during the reporting campaign was recognized