In 2019, the Saratov Distribution Grids branch of Rosseti Volga (brand of IDGC of Volga, PJSC) fulfilled its obligations under 1997 contracts for technological connection to power grids. About 58 MW of power have been provided to consumers.
In all areas of the Saratov region, power enery specialists provided electricity for the construction of individual and apartment buildings. The largest projects are being implemented in the city of Saratov, Balashovsky and Engelssky districts. In the urban-type settlement of Bazarny Karabulak, an apartment building for orphans has been connected to power grids.
In the framework of the implementation of the National Project “Healthcare”, power enery specialists connected feldsher-midwife stations built in Bazarno-Karabulaksky, Voskresensky, Krasnopartizansky, Novouzensky, Perelyubsky, Rovensky and Turkovsky districts to power grids.
After technological connection of street lighting systems, it became lighter and safer in the village of Novozakharkino, in the settlements of Polevodinsky and Tambovsky of the Dukhovnitsky district. In the Baltaysky district, the quality of cellular communications and the stability of Internet access have improved as a result of supply of electricity to new base stations.
“We are consistently implementing measures to increase the availability of the power grid infrastructure for the technological connection of consumers,” said Vladimir Kozlov, Head of Technological Connection Department of Rosseti Volga. “We reduce the terms of approval of documents, the number of visits to the office, provide consumers with the opportunity to simultaneously conclude a technological connection agreement and an energy supply agreement with the guaranteeing electricity supplier.”
The official website of the company (www.mrsk-volgi.ru) provides the Personal Account option (https://www.mrsk-volgi.ru/ru/klientam/lichniykab/). With its help it is possible to submit requests for technological connection and other services remotely, without a visit to the company’s office. The request may also be submitted via Rosseti, PJSC Grid Services Portal (https://ïîðòàë-òï.ðô). In the closest time, a mobile application of the unified Power Grid Services Portal of the Rosseti Group of Companies will begin to function, it will be available in Google Play and App Store.