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ROSSETI Center and Volga Region

February 2, 2017

IDGC of Center and Volga region summed up the repair campaign in 2016

In the past year, the energy of the PJSC "IDGC of Centre and Volga region" (part of JSC "rosseti") wholly and in time completed all the planned works on repair of network facilities, thus improving the reliability of electricity supply and to minimize the risk of damage to electric equipment during peak loads on the network. Funding of the repair program in 2016 amounted to more than RUB 3.5 billion.

For the autumn-winter period of 2016-2017 of energy was prepared by the network development during the whole of last year. To provide quality and reliable power supply to consumers of nine regions of the country in winter, before the cold was completed large-scale repair campaign.

In 2016, energy has repaired more than 5.4 thousand km of power lines of 35-110 kV and more than 28.6 thousand km of power lines 0.4-10 kV. Were also performed complex repair 208 substations (SS) of 35-110 kV and overhaul of more than 8.3 thousand transformer substations with voltage of 6-10/0.4 kV. From tree and shrub seedlings, endangering the normal operation of overhead power lines passing through forest areas were cleared more than 13.7 thousand hectares of routes of overhead lines of 0.4-110 kV.

So the Kirov branch of IDGC of Center and Volga region carried out a comprehensive renovation of the 30 substations, including 10 substations of voltage class 110 kV "Bytpribor", "Move", "biserovo", "yurya", "Pasegovo", "ski", "Suna", "meadow", "Kstinino", "Petrovskoye". Improving the reliability of these power centers will provide high-quality power supply of municipal areas and large settlements.

On the territory of the Vladimir region employees comprehensively refurbished 18 substations of 35-110 kV. Among them, the "Red Flame", "Nebyloe", "October", "Cover" and many others of the substation, the repair of which has improved the reliability of electricity supply to residents of the city of Vladimir and the region, as well as large industrial enterprises of the region (Kirzhach city, a plant for the production of roof "Deck home systems", industrial cluster "Rusklimat", "plant Avtosvet" enterprise "BEKO", etc.).

Nizhny Novgorod energy undertook the complex repair of substations of 110/6 kV "water Intake", "Holguin", "Novosormovskaya", etc. For supply of the building of ATS-23, participating in the social program "Safe city", was put into operation a new transformer substation with a capacity of 289 kW. The branch "Nizhnovenergo" continues the implementation of complex of measures aimed at ensuring reliable and uninterrupted power supply GN Novgorod during the World Championship on football in 2018.

According to acting first Deputy General Director - Chief engineer of PJSC "IDGC of Centre and Volga region" Alexander Pilyugin: "Timely repair of power the guarantee of fulfillment of obligations of IDGC of Center and Volga region to consumers to ensure reliable and uninterrupted power supply, trouble-free passage of a period of cold weather and ensure reliable functioning of the grid complex as a whole."

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