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    The results of the UNPG operation in 2021 and Q1 2022 were summed up
    8 April 2022 The results of the UNPG operation in 2021 and Q1 2022 were summed up Andrey Murov, First Deputy Director General and Executive Director of PJSC Rosseti, at a meeting with the company's management and Heads of the Main Power Grids (MPG) summed up the work on managing the Unified National Power Grid (UNPG) in 2021 and Q1 2022. Attention was paid to the confident passage of the autumn-winter period (AWP), the positive dynamics in the field of technological connection, financial stability and the readiness of Rosseti FGC UES to fulfill priority tasks to ensure reliable operation and develop the power grid, including within the framework of national projects.

    Rosseti FGC UES provides extra power to BAM facilities in western Khabarovsk Territory 11 April 2022 Rosseti FGC UES provides extra power to BAM facilities in western Khabarovsk Territory Rosseti FGC UES (FGC UES PJSC) modernized the Suluk 220 kV substation to increase the capacity of outgoing 35 kV transmission lines. This allowed for an additional output of 6.7 MW for railway transport facilities located in Verkhnebureinsky District of the Khabarovsk Territory. The substation's hookup peak amount is 7.2 MW.

    Rosseti FGC UES to increase output 1.6-fold for United Metallurgical Company to expand existing production facilities 5 April 2022 Rosseti FGC UES to increase output 1.6-fold for United Metallurgical Company to expand existing production facilities The main stage of refurbishment of the 500 kV Raduga substation has been completed to supply power to the new production facilities of the Vyksa plant of the United Metallurgical Company (OMK). The large-scale investment program that the company is implementing in Vyksa requires additional capacity. As a result, the connection volume will increase from 373.1 MW to 613.1 MW.

    Rosseti FGC UES upgrades switching equipment at Vladimir power system's biggest utility 31 March 2022 Rosseti FGC UES upgrades switching equipment at Vladimir power system's biggest utility Three modern Russian-made gas-insulated circuit breakers have been installed at the Vladimirskaya 750 kV substation. The new equipment will improve the quality and reliability of the unit that links the Vladimir, Moscow, Ivanovo, and Yaroslavl power systems.