Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Yekaterinburg Electrical Network Company conducts performance report

Yekaterinburg Electrical Network Company reported that power consumption in its network came to 2961.99m kilowatt-hours in January through June, which was 6.8 percent more than in 2010 and 3.9 percent more than in 2011.

It took the company 1.2 hours to fix a technological problem on average, according to Ural Business Consulting.

The statistics come from a performance report conducted by the company in preparation for the river floods and storm season and all of the preventative jobs for the repairs of relay protection and automatic equipment.

The Yekaterinburg Electrical Network Company also launched an innovations program this year and in April bought the Urals' first electromobile. The electromobile was tested within the Smart Grid system and awarded a certificate of compliance with international standards for capital construction management.

The company is looking to prepare for the fall-winter season by checking cable lines and equipment, repairing the basic power equipment, and maintaining its relay protection and automatic equipment. It will also check the automatic dispatcher control system, rebuild its Dainyaya substation, launch the new electromobile charging stations, and work on research and development, Ural Business Consulting reports.