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About the Branch

IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division performs electrical energy delivery over distribution networks on the territory of the Smolensk region in the area of 49,8 thousand square kilometers with a population of 1228 thousand people, as well as the connection of new consumers to the electric distribution networks. 27 District Electrical Networks of the division are located in cities and large settlements. As of 31.12.2010 the total number of employees of the division is 3213 people.

Production potential:

  • Number of conditional units — 154 787,6
  • Number of 35-110 kV Substations — 253
  • Capacity of 35-110 kV Substations, MVA — 3 071,6
  • Length of 35-110 kV overhead lines, km — 6 321,0
  • Length of 0.4-10 kV networks, km — 33 637,3
  • Number of Transformer Substations, Distribution Substations 6-10/0,4 kV, pcs — 9 089
  • Capacity of Transformer Substations, Distribution Substations 6-10/0,4 kV, MVA — 1 738,9

IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division is the largest grid company in the region, occupying a leading position in the market for electric power transmission to the end customer.

The branch provides centralized power supply to the economic complex of the Smolensk region in an area of 49.8 thousand square kilometres and a population of about 1 million people.

The head of the company is Deputy General Director of IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division director — Sabir Rafikovich Agamaliyev.

The branch is not only stably and smoothly delivers and distributes electrical energy, but also conducts a consistent policy of modernization of equipment, retrofitting, improves the management system, and implements social programs. As part of the investment program it successfully puts into operation new production capacity, increases the level of security of the electric grid complex.

Today IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division is making steady progress in the organization of high-tech, environmentally friendly production in accordance with international standards. The social policy in the interests of the whole team is a guarantee of successful operation of all units today and the implementation of long-term plans for tomorrow. Competent approach to business, qualified staff, properly chosen strategy of development allows Smolenskenergo to maintain impeccable reputation in the region.

26 Distribution Zones of IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division are located in the cities and towns of the Smolensk region. As of December 31, 2012 the total number of employees is 3,379 people.

The Smolensk power system is redundant in terms of power generation. Up to 80 percent of the electricity generated is supplied outside the Smolensk region.

Other features of the power system of the Smolensk region are:

  • exceeding the installed capacity of power plants by 3-4 times above the maximum power consumption;
  • boundary position (the border with the Republic of Belarus) and the consequent availability of interstate power connections;
  • connection to the Moscow region, inter-system power flows;
  • increase in energy consumption in areas bordering the Moscow region;
  • availability of power facilities of all voltage levels.

The Smolensk power system operates in parallel with the Moscow, Tver, and Bryansk power systems. The length of all power lines is 41,264.7 km, including the backbone power lines of 110 kV — 3,273.7 km.

Today IDGC of Centre — Smolenskenergo division has 77 substations of 110 kV with a total capacity of 2,126 MVA, 175 substations of 35 kV with a total capacity of 945.6 MVA, and transformer substations of 6-10/0.4 kV — 9,068 (1769 MVA).

Dynamics of power consumption in the region is characterized by the following features:

  • slight increase in electricity consumption in the period of economic growth and a slight decline of consumption in a crisis;
  • a significant proportion of electricity consumption by gas transmission and railway companies;
  • growth in electricity consumption of residential customers and small businesses is offset with a decline in consumption of industrial and agricultural customers.>

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