Energy Efficiency and Power Consumption
PJSC MOESK developed and implemented the Action Plan for Reduction of Electric Power Losses in the Company’s Grids in the framework of its priority task, i.e., optimization (reduction) of electric power losses.
Effect of implementation of the Action Plan for Reduction of Electric Power Losses in the Company’s Grids 194.6 kW•h 674.0 mln rubles
- due to organizational measures — 175.2 mln kW•h (643.6 mln rubles);
- due to technical measures — 14.6 mln kW•h (25.6 mln rubles);
In 2015, the Company modernized 8,977 thous. metering points with the total budget of 225.9 mln rubles out of the planned 13,765 thous. metering points with planned budget of 413.5 mln rubles. Remote data collection was organized for 8,977 thous. metering points out of the planned 13,765 thous. metering points.
The Plan for Reduction of Electric Power Losses in the framework of the Program for Reduction of the Company’s Electric Power Losses for 2015 was fulfilled for 126.6%: with the planned task being 153.7 mln kW•h, the actual effect of plan implementation was as high as 194.6 mln kW•h.
Commentary-interview of the Deputy Director General for Transport and Electric Power Metering V. A. Kimerin
Our efforts for decreasing the power losses have become more important considering the current economic situation in the country.
Therefore, the Company’s Board of Directors and executives made a resolution to drastically change the power loss reduction trend.
In 2015, the electric power losses decreased by 0.22 pp (from 8.77% to 8.55% of the volume of supply to the grid) or by 192.94 mln kW•h relative to the year 2014.
The main volumes of power supply loss reduction were achieved due to implementation of organizational measures. The Company performed active work on verification of meters to identify cases of unauthorized consumption (stealing) of electric power. By the end of 2015, approximately 2,500 reports on power consumption without meters and without contracts were executed for the total volume of 522 thous. kW•h.
The Company performed activities to organize electric power metering at the borderlines of balance attribution in New Moscow and Moscow region and to transfer the metering devices on the inputs to the multi-apartment residential buildings in Moscow to fiscal metering.
According to the Company’s Business Plan for 2016, the power losses relative to 2015 shall be decreased by 705 mln kW•h. For reference, from 2012 the average annual reduction of power losses in the Company grids was 300 mln kW•h. Therefore, in 2016 the power losses shall be reduced additionally by 400 mln kW•h. This task requires a fundamentally new approach to organization of work on reduction of electric power losses in the Company grids.
In order to achieve the indicators set by the Business Plan, the Company developed and approved the Program for Reduction of Power Losses for 2016-2020, including both technical and organizational activities. Implementation of the Program will result in reduction of losses by the year 2020 to 7.09% of the supply to the grid. To achieve the planned indicator for power losses, the Company reviewed and revised its Investment Program for 2016 — 2020, revised the plans according to the Repair Program towards significant increase in the volumes of the Program for Prospective Development of Electric Power Metering Systems. In this way, the Company will be able to modernize and expand its stock of meters and at the same time generate data on the delivered power transmission services using its own resources.
In 2016, the Company for the first time is able to define the regulatory values for losses with breakdown to each voltage level and assigned responsible persons for compliance with such indicators in each Company branch.
Energy-Saving and Energy Efficiency Improvement Activities
The Company implemented the following activities as of December 31, 2015:
- Selected pilot branches and PGR (Power Grids Regions)/ HVPGD (HV Power Grids Districts), informed the personnel of pilot branches and PGR/ HVPGD, and “Energouchet” branch of PJSC MOESK on the subject: Development of Energy Management System (EnMS) of PJSC MOESK;
- Performed diagnostic audit of activities and interaction of the Executive Bodies, pilot branches and PGR/HVPGD as well as “Energouchet” branch of PJSC MOESK in the field of energy-saving and energy efficiency improvement and fulfillment of EnMS function, including in terms of compliance with ISO 50001:2011;
- Prepared options of development (improvement) and organization structure of EnMS at the following management levels: Executive Bodies— Branches — PGR/HVPGD;
- Prepared proposals for development of new documents and revision of existing documents on the energy management system of PJSC MOESK.
Completion of work is scheduled for 2016. The following parameters were assumed as target indicators in the field of energy-saving and energy efficiency improvement in compliance with the Program:
- electric power losses during transmission and distribution across electric grids;
- consumption of energy resources for operation support activities;
Planned and Actual Values of Target Indicators
|Indicator||Units of Measurement||2013
|Electric power losses, including:||mln kW•h||8,082.0||7,784.6||7,846.7||7,491.2||0.98%|
|% of supply to the grid||9.16||8.77||8.55||8.55||0.97%|
|consumption by station auxiliaries||mln kW•h||247.0||244.0||243.75||224.2||0.92%|
|Resources consumption for business needs, with breakdown to resource types||RUB mln||584.5||556.7||584.3||552.2||0.99%|
|fuel and energy, including:||t of ref.fuel||28,612.6||27,452.0||26,867.5||26,240.6||0.96%|
|t of ref.fuel per m2 of premises||0.061||0.057||0.055||0.053||0.93%|
|electric power||mln kW•h||62.4||56.2||57.9||55.0||0.98%|
|others (diesel fuel, kerosene, gasoline, etc.)||t of ref.fuel||16,025.4||12,988.9||12,666.5||12,258.7||0.94%|
|hot water supply||thous. m3||17.1||18.33||15.2||12.96||0.71%|
|cold water supply||thous. m3||489.0||314.6||345.7||269.0||0.86%|
|Fitting with modern electric power meters in the retail market||%||29.4||31.2||31.9||31.6||1.28%|
The effect of activities aimed at reduction of electric power consumption for operation support was 293.5 thous. kW•h. The effect of activities aimed at reduction of motor fuel was 570.5 t of ref.fuel. Additionally, the effect of activities aimed reduction of water consumption for operation support needs was 2.3 thous. m3. In total, the level of consumption for operation support needs in 2015 for all types of resources was 26,240.6 t of ref.fuel, which is lower than the total consumption in 2014 (27,452.0 t of ref.fuel) by 4.4%.
Effect of implementation of PJSC «MOESK» energy savings and energy efficiency program for the period of 2015-2019 was 710.2 although the plan was 517.4 mln rubles. (The plan was fulfilled for 137.3%).
Technical Losses of Electric Power
|Indicator||Unit of Measurement||2015 Plan||2015 Actual|
|Technical losses of electric power||% of supply to the grid||5.47%||5.302%|
In 2016, the Company plans to develop the energy management system further. In particular, the Company will prepare for certification in compliance with GOST R ISO 50001-2012.
Regarding innovations in the energy-saving field, the Company plans to launch a project for installation of photovoltaic power system (PVPS) for additional power supply to the administrative building of PJSC MOESK. This system can reduce power consumption from the feeding grid due to electric power generated by the PVPS itself.
The “Energy-Efficient Office” project shall be expanded to two other client service centers of Western Electric Networks branch of PJSC MOESK in Ruzsky and Naro-Fominsky districts, Moscow region.
Commentary-interview of the Director for Business Processes Automation A. A. Areshkin
In 2015, PJSC MOESK worked on improvement of the Company’s indicators in the field of energy saving, including as related with reduction of fuel and energy resources consumption for production and business operations.
The following projects and activities should be mentioned as the most significant in this aspect:
Implementation of Project “Energy Efficient Office”
In the framework of this project, PJSC MOESK deployed Energy Efficient Offices on the basis of its client service centers using the new energy efficient technologies and resources, including installation of solar collector systems. Due to the application of these technologies, the Company considerably reduced consumption of energy resources for water heating in the water supply system and even arranged partial heating in the office buildings with the total area of 22 m2 (in one building). The vacuum (tubular) collector used in the project can generate heat even at negative temperatures (up to — 20°0С.
The pilot project was implemented in two client service offices of PJSC MOESK — in Shakhovsky and Volokolamsky districts of Moscow region. Individual design solutions are also being deployed at the facilities of Eastern Electric Network branch of PJSC MOESK.
Development of Energy Management System (GOST R ISO 50001-2012)
In 2015, the Company continued development of the energy management system with consideration of GOST R ISO 50001-2012 Energy Management Systems at all management levels: the Company prepared the main regulatory documents, developed interaction mechanisms for the structural divisions of executive bodies, branches, and PGR/ HVPGD, assigned responsibility for the process in general and for certain key aspects of operation. As a result, PJSC MOESK achieved the key indicators in the field of energy saving and improvement of energy efficiency.
Following the implementation of energy saving activities and improvement of energy efficiency in 2015, the Company reduced consumption of all fuel and energy resources for the business needs of PJSC MOESK (electric power, thermal power, gas, motor fuel, and water).
In 2015, PJSC MOESK participated in the IV International Forum on Energy Efficiency and Energy Sector Development ENES—2015 (and in the Second Russian National Contest of Implemented Projects in the Field of Energy-Saving, Energy Efficiency and Energy Sector Development ENES—2015) which provided a key platform for discussion of important current matters in connection with energy-saving and energy efficiency improvement.
Additionally, PJSC MOESK attended the XXXII conference and exhibition “Moscow — Energy-Efficient City” and made a presentation on the subject “Energy-Saving Management at PJSC MOESK”.