In the Saratov region, the results of the regional stage of the All-Russian Competition for the Media, Press Services of Fuel and Energy Companies and Regional Administrations "MediaTEK-2020" were summed up. The work of the PR Department of Rosseti Volga, PJSC was recognized as the best in the nomination "Popularization of the Fuel and Energy Complex Professions".
The project is dedicated to a landmark date for the Russian energy sector – the 100th anniversary of the State Plan for the Electrification of Russia (GOELRO), which gave rise to the development of the country's industry and economy. Since the beginning of the year, the Volga power engineers have held several interactive information and educational events, the purpose of which is to tell the younger generation about the formation of the domestic electric power industry, the contribution of Rosseti Volga to the development of the industry, and promising professions.
One of such events in the format of an energy quiz was organized for schoolchildren in the town of Ershov, Saratov region. Its participants were representatives of Rosseti Volga, a partner university of the company – SSTU named after Yu.A. Gagarin, public organization “All-Russian Electroprofsoyuz”, local authorities.
Specialists of the power grid company told upper-form pupils about the significance of the GOELRO plan in the modern world, the activities of Rosseti Volga, digitalization and the energy of the future. University teachers presented educational programs for training energy specialists.
The schoolchildren were able to test their knowledge and erudition in the intellectual game “EnergoQUIZ” – “From GOELRO to the present day”: they answered photo and video questions from specialists of Rosseti Volga, solved cases in the electric power industry, assembled electrical circuits at speed. As a result of the tournament, the winners and prize-winners were awarded cups, diplomas and mementos, the participants – souvenirs with the company's symbols.
The vocational guidance project of Rosseti Volga received wide information support: several dozen materials were published in regional media, on internet resources, and on official portals of government bodies.