Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company (KEGOC) was established in accordance with Decree No.1188 of the Government of Kazakhstan dated 28 September 1996 ‘On some measures to restructure power system management in Kazakhstan’.
Goal 1: Ensure reliable operation of the unified power system of Kazakhstan, i.e. quality delivery of functions of the System Operator of the UPS of Kazakhstan; quality operational maintenance, repair and modernization of existing assets; increasing the transmission capacity of the NPGs of the Republic of Kazakhstan through the construction of new power transmission lines and substations; technological development and digitalization of business.
Goal 2: Ensure efficient operation of KEGOC by increasing the efficiency of invested capital and developing new types of business; implementation of KEGOC’s Transformation Programme and the development of international cooperation.
Goal 3: Improve corporate governance and sustainable development by improving the OHS management system; improving corporate governance; human capital development and environmental protection.
The corporate risk management system (CRMS) is a key component of the corporate governance system that shall timely identify risks, evaluate them, and develop risk management measures that would mitigate their impact on the achievement of strategic and operational goals of KEGOC.
The objective of the CRMS is to ensure continuity and stability of operations by mitigating the exposure to internal and external adverse impact on KEGOC’s operations.
We believe that the main contribution of any business to the achievement of the SDGs lies in employment opportunities, taxes and socio-economic development, as well as in respect for the environment. In addition, real and long-term positive changes can be achieved only by taking into account the management of our environmental impact (in a broad sense), focused response, cooperation with key players and stakeholders and the expansion of our efforts.