In Sochi established pattern-based maintenance teams and reserve sources of energy

Branch of OAO "UES FGC" — Sochi backbone electric grids (PMES) and a branch of "Kubanenergo" — Sochi electrical power supply network of sports facilities provided during a series of test events of the winter season 2012-2013.

Since the beginning of October 2012 until the end of April 2013 Energy worked on high alert.

Operational, line and service personnel was transferred to the clock duty. In order to minimize the risks of power outages were developed outline map with the application of a base sites emergency reserve, home to the linear parts, service areas corresponding linear plots of delivery routes module mobile substation from the base of permanent storage to substations. So well-established pattern-based maintenance teams and reserve sources of energy with the division of responsibilities in the 12 km radius. This balance of power can significantly reduce the response time to emergency situations. During rounds runs of cable lines focused on the mudflow and landslide gatherings, which could result in damage and shut down lines. In addition, around the clock to monitor the status of substations, overhead lines and cables 10 and 110 and 220 kV.  

To coordinate and manage all the forces of power grid of Sochi power was created by the Joint Headquarters of the organization and operation of the Olympic security of power during the test events and the Olympic Games in 2014. Through the establishment of the Center Electricity Governance (TSUE) Sochi power has been greatly enhanced by working with consumers, and increased levels of information exchange dozen organizations involved in the energy supply of the resort city of Sochi Olympic facilities.

Daily functioning joint headquarters of the Sochi Sochi Electric and PMES. The administrative board for the entire period of test events carried out work around the clock.

Total in activities to ensure reliable power supply has been involved a record number of specialists — 110 teams consisting of 397 people, including those from Rostov, Stavropol and Kuban enterprises MES South who came to help the Sochi power industry. In addition, it involved 179 units of machinery and 74 redundant power supply with a total capacity of more than 12.5 MW.

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