At the White Hall of the Peterhof State Museum Reserve the projects were defended. Teams of young professionals from Germany, China, France, Belarus and Russia presented their projects to the Forum's international jury.
All the teams have offered creative and detailed solutions, created durable network of professional links and developed their skills.
We congratulate all of the participants!
On 25-27 May 2017 within the Integrated Programme for ROSSETI Youth Talent Pool Members and in preparation for the International Youth Forum the participants went to China for an international internship experience.
Last week the events of the International Youth Forum, traditionally held by PJSC ROSSETI within the framework of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum official programme, have been launched in Moscow.
The programme of the visit was very intensive. Except for hard work, the participants visited the Bavarian Ministry for Economy, Energy, and Technology, and the LEW Technology Centre. Both visits — to the Ministry and to the Technology Centre — were a great help to the teams in their work.
The first stage of the IYF-2016 included the business meetings of the Forum team members on May 17–19 in Moscow. Young energy specialists visited Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and its Campus, the unique facility of the Russian integrated power grid — the Skolkovo Underground Substation 220 kV, the Situation Analytical Center (SAC) of Rosseti, and got acquainted with the Smart City interactive stand.
PJSC Rosseti once again organize the International Youth Forum (IYF) that will take place on June 13-17. In order to participate in the forum finals, teams from national energy companies of Russia, France, China, Belarus and Germany will visit the Northern Capital.
IYF 2016 is dedicated to integrated development. The result of the forum's work should be a project of a universal system of interaction between users and networks based on rational energy consumption that is ready for pilot implementation in the participating countries.
Since May 2016 forum participants have been working remotely at the IYF portal. On May 17, 2016 the young specialists will visit Moscow, where they will discuss the development of the project with the professors and experts of Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO. Another trip for the IYF participants is planned to Germany (Bavaria) and to St. Petersburg for the finals. This year the teams are formed from representatives of different countries by function areas: technologies, finance, markets. In order to preserve the best practices developed previous years, the forum will coordinate the so-called project office that is run by the best participants of IYF teams of 2015.
The work of teams from different countries will conclude in participation in the round table of PJSC Rosseti at the 2016 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
On June 18, 2015 Oleg Budargin, General Director of JSC Rosseti , awarded the winners of the International Youth Forum in St. Petersburg Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Accoring to the final decision of the international jury the team of China was given the Grand Prix as a result of competition of the projects on future energy systems. The team proposed to create a global control center , a kind of energy internet, which would help to solve the key problems of the integration of national energy systems.
"It's important that all of you support the idea of integration, - said Oleg Budargin, General Director of JSC Rosseti. - This is one of the directions of the electric power industry of the future - integration will allow us to create a new philosophy of building energy systems and take advantage of national systems in order to achieve fair tariffs, reliable operation and high-quality electricity". He also noted that the professional level of participants allowed talking about the youth forum as an energy club of leaders of the XXI century.
During the awards ceremony the forum participants were awarded certificates and souvenirs, and the winning team received a certificate for an internship in Sochi.
Chairman of the jury, Dean of Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO Andrei Sharonov stressed the importance of this project organised by JSC Rosseti: "This stimulates the interest of employees; it helps to build relationships with the major European and international companies and creates a kind of trust in the way that ideas discussed here will be implemented in the future”.
Another stage of the International Youth Forum organised by OAO Rosseti was closed in the capital of France on June 5, 2015.
At the two-day session in Paris on June 4–5, the forum participants got acquainted with the peculiarities of Électricité Réseau Distribution France (ERDF), a subsidiary of Électricité de France (EDF). Young people met with the ERDF experts in the areas of active and adaptive grid development, customer relations, and management of power transit. During the visit, they also had a tour to the ERDF presentation centre, Showroom Smart Grids Grenelle, where the participants could enjoy the benefits of grids equipped with smart electricity metres.
"What deserves our special attention is the ERDF know-how in improvement of medium and low voltage grid monitoring. These technologies are widely used in France nowadays, and this experience can certainly be used in Russia," said Natalia Yakshina, the participant of Rosseti team.
In addition, the teams continued working on the projects of energy systems of the future. According to the terms of the Forum competition programme, when designing the projects, the teams should consider the key aspects and potential of cross-border integration of national energy systems of Europe and Asia.
At the end of their work, the young professionals presented theses of the projects they will have to defend at the final stage of the Forum in St. Petersburg.
The entertainment programme in Paris included a guided visit of the Palace of Versailles and a water bus tour around central Paris.
A business meeting of the International Youth Energy Forum delegates ended in Beijing on May 21, 2015. The Forum is an annual event organised by OAO Rosseti that brings together the best young professionals from major national energy companies of Europe and Asia.
The teams of young power engineers, who stayed in Beijing from May 17 to May 21, took part in project work at the Training Centre of the State Grid Corporation of China, met the Corporation's Chief Engineer, and visited innovative power sites. There was a cultural itinerary for the Forum delegates.
"The Great Wall is damaged in several places, which makes it possible to connect Russia and China with electric grid here," commented a participant from Rosseti team Alexey Kondarev, the Head of Capital Construction, Kubanenergo branch (Krasnodar Power Grids), during the Great Wall tour.
The International Youth Forum in 2015 is dedicated to the integration of national energy systems, with the key subject being Designing Energy Systems of the Future and Integration: Unlimited Opportunities? The main task for the Forum participants is to develop a project of an energy system of the future and identify integration areas for national energy systems. Willing to learn more about energy system peculiarities, the participants will visit Moscow, Beijing, and Paris in May and June 2015.
The Beijing stage of the International Youth Energy Forum wrapped up today, on May 21, was the second event after a similar meeting in Moscow. The next stage will take place in Paris in the first decade of June. The final round of the International Youth Energy Forum will be hosted in St. Petersburg in June during SPIEF-2015.