Lenenergo

Lenenergo

Lenenergo is one the largest electric power distribution and network companies in Russia.

Lenenergo was founded by Presidential Decrees №922 (dated August 14, 1992), №923 (dated August 15, 1992) and №1334 (dated November 5, 1992) and was registered by Resolution №2518 of the Registration Chamber of the Saint-Petersburg City Administration as of January 22, 1993. The company is a successor of the rights and liabilities of the former state company Lenenergo operating under the same brand.

Lenenergo services the large market of Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Oblast with an area of 86,739 square kilometers and a population of 6,213,748 people (4.6% of the country’s population).

Lenenergo’s mission – Lenenergo’s mission is to ensure reliable, continuous, high-quality and clean power supply to consumers in Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Oblast as well as meet growing demand for electric power and capacity.

Lenenergo’s strategy
• To ensure the effectiveness of Lenenergo’s operating activity;
• To form and develop electricity network infrastructure in Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Oblast;
• To increase Lenenergo’s attractiveness to investors.

The company’s highly effective management system and the high professionalism of Lenenergo’s employees are aimed at achieving the overall development goals of the company and the country as a whole.

Number of substations of Lenenergo:

379 centers of power 35-110 kW, including:

- 210 110 kV substations;

- 169 substations of 35 kV.

- 15 870 transformer substations of 6-10 / 0.4 kV.

The total transformer capacity - 23,139 MW.


Length of overhead lines on circuits - 40 709.5 km, including:

VL 110 kV - 479 pcs. (7 132.5 km);

35 kV overhead lines - 325 pcs. (3 675.7 km);

Overhead lines 6-20 kV - 2102 pcs. (17 634.1 km);

0.4 kV overhead line - 16 818 pcs. (12, 267.2 km).


The length of the cable lines - 21 176.6 km, including:

35-110 kV cable lines - 571.6 km;


0.4-10 kV cable lines - 20 605 km.


8 branches

29 of electrical networks areas

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