Sverdlovenergo branch transmits electric energy via 0.4-110 kV power lines. The key goal of the branch is to ensure reliable operations and evolution of the regional grids as well as connection of new consumers to the Company's grids.
Sverdlovenergo branch has 375 substations (35-220 kV) with capacity of 7,279 MVA, 7,823 transformer substations (10/0,4 kV) and 36,654 km of aerial and cable power lines (0,4-110 kV). The number of employees employed by the branch is over 5,0 thous.
Director of the branch - Oleg Borisovich Moshinsky
Hotline: (800) 2001-220
Phone: (343) 215-23-59
Fax: (343) 215-26-61
PR Officer - Natalya Aleksandrovna Baldova, phone: (343) 215-26-64
The administrative center of the region is Ekaterinburg. The overall area of the region totals 194.3 thous.km2. The Sverdlovsk region is highly urbanized, urban population reaching 84%. The number of population, according to Federal Statistics Agency, totals 4.3 mln (2013). The density of population is 22.21 persons per km² (2013). The national majority of population in the region is Russians (90.6%), Tatars (3.5%), Ukrainians (0.9%), Bashkirs (0.8%) and other nationalities (4.2%).
The regional economy is based on mining and metallurgy industries. In its industrial complex ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy (31% and 19% of overall production volume correspondingly), uranium enrichment, iron-ore dressing as well as machine-building predominate. The Sverdlovsk region is abundant in mineral resources (gold, platinum, fossils, bauxite, iron ore, nickel, chrome, manganese and copper). The region also plays an important part in Russian transport system. There are many railroad, automobile and air routes of all-Russian importance in the region, including trans-Siberian railway.
Head: Vladimir Vladimirovich Grishanov
Position: Chairperson of the Regional Energy Commission of the Sverdlovsk region
Address: 34 Prospekt Lenina, Ekaterinburg, 620075
Phone/Fax: (343) 371-67-83, (343) 371-96-89
Local time: Moscow +2