Regulation is driving smart metering in Russia. At Smart Metering Russia 2010 (23-24 November, Moscow) Mr. Alexey Lyakov, Assistant Director General of Energy Efficiency at JSC IDGC of Centre will be presenting an update on their smart metering programme and the importance of an effective regulatory framework to deploy smart metering and smart grid programmes.
Mr. Lyakov says:
“The basis for the introduction of smart metering is the Federal Law of 23.10.2009 â„– 261-FZ, which reflects that energy efficiency and energy savings can only be achieved by the implementation of smart meters.
As part of this Federal Law IDGC of Centre is implementing Smart Metering technologies throughout the region, that form the basis for Smart Grid and Smart Home projects.
The smart meters that have been deployed are connected to the networks of JSC MRSC of Center branches and have a wide functional range. They allow the option to apply different tariffs, for customers to manage their own electricity consumption and provide the control parameters of power quality.”
Other insights in the Russian perspective on the regulation of smart metering will be given by:
Demeshko Anton Igorevich, Head of the Metrological and Informational Support Commercial Account, “ATS” Administrator of Trading System of the Wholesale Electricity Market, Russia.
The influence of the regulatory framework on the uptake of smart metering
- Overview of the Energy Saving and Energy Efficiency law, adopted 23 November 2009
- Integration of metering requirements in the regulatory framework
- Framework and stakeholder responsibilities for smart metering deployment
Mikhail Slobodin, President and Chairman of the Management Board, IES Holding, Russia
Update on “Meter, Save and Pay" project
- Generic technical requirements to smart meters and AMM/AMI systems solutions
- Large scale "pilot" project with InterRegional Grid Company holding (Holding MRSK)
- Ideas for a proper regulatory framework
Dominique Fache, General Director Russia/GIS, Enel, Italy
What are the key requirements to ensure the deployment of smart metering in Russia?
- How can an effective regulatory framework boost the uptake of smart metering in Russia?
- What are the commercial and technical requirements needed to ensure a successful smart metering deployment in Russia?
- What are the future prospects and time frames?
Alongside this you will be updated on the lessons learned from European case studies representing Germany, Italy, the UK and France. How have they defined their smart metering roadmap, how have they successfully implemented their first pilot projects and what their future perspectives are.
By attending the Smart Metering Russia 2010 conference and exhibition, you will get the practical tips, insights and direction you need to successfully expand your share of the Russian smart metering market and get the best returns out of your time and efforts!
Register today and save your seat. Don’t forget there are special corporate discounts available to those who wish to register 3 plus participants saving you up to 30%.
I look forward to seeing you and your colleagues in Moscow on 23-24 November!
Project Director, Synergy
P.S. Remember, this is the only event where you will have the chance to meet over 200 smart metering professionals AND establish yourself as the leading solutions provider for the Russian utility industry.