Orenburgenergo branch of IDGC of Volga, PJSC (included in the Rosseti Group) hosted a conference with the participation of the Heads of the branch’s structural divisions and representatives of enterprises cooperating with the grid divisions.
The meeting was attended by representatives of 39 enterprises from Orenburg, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Ufa, Moscow. The conference participants summed up the results of cooperation in 2018 and discussed the terms of cooperation for the near future. In his introductory statement, the Director of the Orenburgenergo branch reported on the outcomes of joint work with contractors in 2018. Victor Kazhaev noted that all obligations under the contracts of the last year were executed in full and on time. He noted that grid company requirements for the quality of work and products were and still remain high. “This year, we are waiting for changes related primarily to the tasks of power grids digitization.
The composition of electrical equipment will change significantly, other requirements will be placed on the design, as the digital grid involves a qualitatively new state of power grids, a different approach to process management,"-the Director of the branch stressed, talking about the prospects for cooperation in 2019. The meeting heard reports from the heads of Orenburgenergo divisions on cooperation with contractors during the implementation of the investment program in 2018, on changes in procurement legislation, and on the legal framework for the interaction of the grid company with contractors. Whereas, the reports of manufacturing companies representatives aroused the interest of the branch technical services.
In particular, the topic of the report on the grids complex automation of 6 (10) kV, which can become the basis for the digitization of the power distribution zone, turned out to be relevant. Following the results of cooperation in 2018, the Director of the Orenburgenergo branch presented the Partner of the year diplomas, thanked the representatives of the companies for their work and expressed confidence in further effective cooperation.