Sverdlovsk Investment News recently reported that the Titan Substation is open and will produce electricity for residents living in the special economic zone located in Middle Urals.
The electricity production system is essential to powering future industrial projects, especially those occurring within the Middle Urals' special economic zone.
Officials report that they have projects planned until 2019, thanks to the new substation. The projects will cost well over $4 billion U.S. and will increase the area’s investments and business growth.
Substation Titan may be key to improving the Upper Salda and Tagil region’s socio-economic status. Officials have planned future socio-economic projects that amount to more than $3 billion U.S.
Substation Titan uses 10 megavoltamper in each of its transformers, producing 40 megavoltampers' worth of electricity. Specialists from JSC “MRSC of Urals” at Sverdlovenergo created the electricity project as part of an innovation cluster.
The opening ceremony for the 110/10 kV Substation Titan was held in the Upper Salda. Many people attended the ceremony, including Igor Chikrozov, deputy minister of Energy and Utilities of the Sverdlovsk region; Artemy Kyzlasov, CEO of SEZ Titanium Valley; Sergey Dregval, general director of JSC “MRSC of Urals”; Valdimir Sof’in, director of technical development and innovation at Rossetti; and Oleg Moshinskii, director of JSC “MRSC of Urals” at Sverdlovenergo.