PLC Technology employees took part in the Yalta Energy Conference–2018: Development Prospects for the Regional Power Sector, which was held on October 19 and October 20.
Over the course of two days, the event participants discussed issues related to the development of regions, the implementation of modern energy-efficient technologies, and the interaction between manufacturers and consumers of products for the fuel and energy industry, as well as the housing services and utilities sector.
At the event, several meetings and discussions were held on the following topics:
• Digital power sector for the digital economy: prospects, development, and implementation of platform-based solutions in the energy sector and in the field of energy conservation
• Delimiting authority in the energy sphere at government level: federal, regional, municipal
• Prerequisites for energy stability and development of Russian regions. Modern technical solutions for the energy sector, industry, housing services and utilities
During the panel discussion dedicated to the quality of power supplied to the population and to social facilities, PLC Technology specialists spoke on the following topic:
Development of the regional energy sector and infrastructure based on digitalization and implementation of platform-based solutions.
Our company was commended by the National Energy-Saving Union for its contribution to the development of the Russian fuel and energy industry. Our company was also awarded a letter of commendation for its active participation in the conference.
Participating in the conference were representatives of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, federal authorities of the executive branch of the Russian Federation, authorities of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, and of other constituent entities of the Russian Federation, infrastructure organizations of the wholesale electric power and capacity market, trade associations, energy companies, and institutional power consumers.