Today, at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the Government of the Yaroslavl Region and Rosseti Centre (IDGC of Centre, PJSC) concluded an agreement on cooperation in the development of the regional power grid complex. The document was signed by Governor of the Yaroslavl Region Dmitry Mironov and General Director of Rosseti Centre (IDGC of Centre, PJSC) - the managing organization of Rosseti Centre and Volga Region (IDGC of Centre and Volga Region, PJSC) Igor Makovskiy.
The agreement defines the order of interaction between the regional government and one of the largest power grid companies in the country in the framework of improving the quality and reliability of the region’s power supply and connection to power grids of new customers.
“Our main task is to improve the quality of life in the Yaroslavl region, and this is impossible without stable power supply,” said Dmitry Mironov. “The agreement provides for creation of conditions for modernization of electric grid infrastructure facilities, including the use of digital transformation technologies as part of long-term tariff regulation. Such a modernization will also increase the investment attractiveness of the region, will allow for more accurate consideration of electricity consumption, reduce technological losses, and decrease the time of restoration work.
The promising projects of Rosseti Centre, which will be implemented in the Yaroslavl region, include the creation of a unified grid control centre, a digital substation and a digital Distribution Zone, the key technologies of which will be distributed automation (reclosers, controlled disconnectors and short circuit indicators) and an integrated energy monitoring system (smart metering of electricity).
“The Yaroslavl region is an industrially developed region, which occupies high positions in this area in the central federal district. The development of the electric grid complex in the region will allow to ensure reliable, high-quality and affordable power supply for powerful production facilities and the population of the region, increase energy efficiency, which will positively affect the investment potential of the region and the comfort of its residents,” stressed General Director of Rosseti Centre - the managing organization of Rosseti Centre and Volga Region Igor Makovskiy.