Working Meeting With EVN NPT Management at the 47th CIGRE Session
On 27 August 2018, Izolyator participated in the working meeting with the management of the state power grid company of Vietnam EVN NPT, which took place at the 47th CIGRE Session.
EVN National Power Transmission Corporation (EVN NPT) was founded in 2008 with the reorganization of four companies’ activity: Power Transmission Company No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and three Project management offices: Northern, Central and Southern.
The goals of the company are: to ensure safe, uninterruptible and sustainable transmission of electric power for economic, political, social, national defense activities and national security; to develop EVN capital, invested in EVN NPT; to rationally use available resources with the purpose of profits maximization and acquiring funds for reinvestment in EVN NPT.
The main activities are: to effectively realize electric power transmission, to invest in grid development, to operate, maintain and service the network, to render consulting services in regard to construction and investment, monitoring of project realization, training and developing employees for management, operation and maintenance of the power system.
EVN NPT owns more than 100 electric power substations in Vietnam.
Nguyen Minh Thang, EVN NPT’s Board Member led the Vietnamese delegation.
Chairman of the Board of Directors Alexander Slavinsky represented Izolyator at the meeting of FGC UES PJSC’s and EVN NPT’s management.
The sides discussed their interaction within the Memorandum of Understanding between FGC UES PJSC and EVN NPT, which was signed during the visit of the Russian delegation to Vietnam in August 2017, as well as realization of other joint projects in other areas of cooperation.
Working meeting with EVN NPT’s management at the 47th CIGRE Session
The Russian electrical products have been operating on power facilities of Vietnam for over half a century and proved their reliability. Today, the cooperative ties between the companies of the two countries are not merely confined by export — both experience exchanges and joint research activities take place — in pursuit of the power complex improvement.
Russia’s being an active contributor to the work of the International Council on Large Electric Systems CIGRE is an important factor of cooperation development. Vietnamese companies are also active within CIGRE, however they do not form a national committee yet. Interaction within CIGRE opens new opportunities for science and technology exchange between specialists of the two countries.
CIGRE is an important factor of cooperation development with EVN NPT. On the photo, L — Alexander Slavisnky and Commercial Director, 1st Deputy CEO at Izolyator Ivan Panfilov, 2nd on R — Deputy Quality Director at Izolyator, SC D1 Coordinator RNC CIGRE Vladimir Ustinov
Izolyator, over the past several years, initiates, organizes and actively participates in integrative processes that bring together the experience and interests of national power and industrial companies of Russia and Vietnam. Our company is also s leader in Russian-made electrical products promotion on the Vietnamese market. Izolyator delivers HV RIP bushings in the voltage range 72–220 kV for the needs of power generating facilities and transformer plants of the Republic of Vietnam.
In 2018, Izolyator came out with an initiative of organizing an open workshop for Vietnamese power engineers with participation of Russia’s leading electrical engineering companies, which gathered over a hundred representatives of generating, power grid and industrial companies of Vietnam this March.
The meeting on the sidelines of CIGRE session opened new prospects for development of mutually beneficial cooperation and integrative development of the power industry between the national and regional power systems of Russia and Vietnam and outlined new directions for promotion of Russian energy production on the Asian market.
Participants of the working meeting with EVN NPT’s management during the 47 CIGRE Session (photo: FGC UES)
The photo materials used in the photo-report curtesy FGC UES.