In the framework of the event "Russia-France Business Dialogue", held today at the SPIEF-2018, Director General of PJSC ROSSETI Mr. Pavel Livinskiy told the leaders of international and Russian business community about the holding's plans on digitization of the electric grid complex.
Rostec State Corporation, PJSC Rosseti and the government of the Yaroslavl region signed a trilateral cooperation agreement, within which an intelligent innovation cluster of digital grids will be created in the region, as well as a project for production of smart electricity metering devices.
IN 2017, PJSC ROSSETI HAS INCREASED THE VOLUME OF PURCHASES FOR THE BENEFIT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES BY ALMOST 60%
This was reported by Yury Zafesov, Director of the Purchasing Department of PJSC ROSSETI, during the Zero Day of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2018) at the session "Technological Breakthrough: The Role of Small and Medium-sized Innovation Companies in the Russian Economy".
"Rosseti" became the winner of the first competition in the history of the Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation " the Best socially oriented company in the energy»
During the VI Russian international energy forum and the XXV international specialized exhibition "Power engineering and electrical Engineering", held in St. Petersburg, the Ministry of energy of the Russian Federation declared rosseti the winner of the first ever contest "the Best socially oriented company in power engineering".
IN 2017/2018 AUTUMN AND WINTER PERIOD ROSSETI REDUCED SPECIFIC ACCIDENT RATE BY 9% AND AVERAGE TIME FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH WAS REDUCED BY 19%
During his speech at the All-Russian meeting "On Results of 2017/2018 Autumn and Winter Period for Electric Power Engineering Entities", Pavel Livinskiy, Director General of ROSSETI, stated that due to the new approaches to preparing and managing the network infrastructure energy facilities during the peak loads, the holding company managed to improve the reliability of electric power supply qualitatively despite the growth in a number of hazardous meteorological phenomena.