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Future Power Grids Week at EXPO 2017
August 31, 2017 18:43

The thematic exposition of the Future Power Grids is held in the Russian pavilion at EXPO 2017 in Astana.

The event illustrates the Russian scientists’ vision of the future smart energetic in the context of global markets, technologies and solutions, the press service of the Russian pavilion reports.

The exposition is divided into several zones, all united by the concept of ​​a new technological structure of the electric power industry: Smart Grids, Smart Cities, Smart Homes, Smart Substations and Distributed Generations, as well as Future Energy.

Each zone displays samples of products by Russian developers and manufacturers.  These include digital measuring transformers and bay controllers for digital substations, the power supply auto recovery system of medium voltage grids, the project "Digital area of ​​electric power line", small-sized current and voltage meters for digital substations and commercial electricity metering, and a personal modular power plant.

In the zone of Smart Cities, you can see an electric power station, an electricity storage system, and an intelligent accounting system. The Distributed Generation segment presents the newest solar heterostructural module, energy storage devices and information and control system for the micro network. In the Future Energy zone there is a simulator for operational personnel based on the virtual reality models of the transformer substation.

The exposition was organized by the Rosseti public corporation jointly with the work group of the National Technology Initiative "Energynet". The partners of the exposition are the Russian Venture Company and Rusnano.

On the first day of the thematic week, the expert session "Electric Power Strategy - Drivers, Effects, Cooperation", the seminar "Russian Technologies for Intellectual Energy", and a round table on energy professions of the future were held.

Russia applied for the right to hold the World Universal Exhibition EXPO-2025 in Yekaterinburg

The thematic week in partnership with the Sverdlovsk Region was held in the Russian pavilion from August 21 to 27.

Yekaterinburg is the largest center of industry, science, education and culture in the Sverdlovsk Region and the whole of the Urals area. It is the most important trade, logistics and service center in the center of Russia. The fourth largest city in this country with the population of one and a half million people, Yekaterinburg is one of the most economically developed urban agglomerations of Russia with the population of more than 2.1 million.

Yekaterinburg has repeatedly hosted world-class events, such as the BRICS summit, the Russia-EU summit, and the SCO summit. The city will become the site of the First World Congress for People with Disabilities this year, and FIFA World Cup matches in 2018.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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