Trans-Siberian Gold plc (TSG.LN), a low cost, high grade gold producer in Russia, is pleased to announce the signing of an agreement with Kamchatskenergo, the main provider of electrical power in Kamchatka, to supply the Asacha Gold Mine on low-tariff rates in 2020.

TSG has benefited from a reduced tariff of RUR 4.69/kWh during 2019 which has led to significant cost savings.

The new agreement confirms that Kamchatskenergo will continue to supply electricity at a reduced tariff of RUR 4.75/kWh (approximately US$0.077/kWh).

The programme of electricity subsidies supports a policy aimed at encouraging investment into the Far East of Russia and aiding economic growth in the region, following the implementation of incentive measures introduced by the Russian Government. Kamchatskenergo is a subsidiary of the RusHydro Group (MICEX:MOEX, LSE: HYDR). Further information is available at:

Alexander Dorogov, Chief Executive Officer of TSG, commented:

“We are pleased that Trans-Siberian Gold will benefit from the continued support of our local energy provider in 2020, significantly reducing our energy costs as we operate at the lower levels of the Asacha Gold Mine. Lower energy costs materially reduce the financial burden for companies operating in the Far East of Russia, and these regional economic growth incentives reaffirm the attractiveness of the region for investment.”





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About TSG

TSG is focused on low cost, high grade mining operations and stable gold production from its 100% owned Asacha Gold Mine in Far East Russia. The Company also holds the licence for the development and exploration of the Rodnikova deposit, one of the largest gold fields in South Kamchatka.

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