North Electric Grids

About the Branch

Northern Power Grids, a branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC, in its new configuration was established in accordance with the MOESK PJSC Charter by merging of Oktyabrsky District, Northern, and Dmitrov District Power Grids.

The central repair and supply base of the Northern Power Grids is located in the North-Eastern district of Moscow at the address: Rustaveli st., 2.

Northern Power Grids, a branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC, operates an electric grid infrastructure totaling 177 213.94 units.

History of the development of the electric power industry in the north of the Moscow region.

The team of Northern Power Grids associates the birth date of their company with 1927, when an independent grid company, Mytishchi Grid Control District of MOGES, was created in Podlipki. It was established on the basis of the former First Division of the Bogorodsk Cable and Transformer Department, which supplied power from the power plant in the village of Bolshevo to consumers in the surrounding areas.

The power plant was fueled by peat and had a total capacity of 2,345 kW. At the time, it was a major energy facility that even appeared in the Lenin's GOELRO plan. The new grid district served five 35 kV substations and 150 km of power grids. Its staff amounted to 48 people.

Description of the service area of Northern Power Grids.

Northern Power Grids serves the following municipalities of the Moscow Region:
  • Dmitrov district;
  • Klinsk district;
  • Krasnogorsk district;
  • Mytishchi urban district;
  • Pushkino district;
  • Sergiyev-Posad district;
  • Solnechnogorsk district;
  • Taldom district;
  • Khimki district;
  • Dolgoprudny;
  • Dubna;
  • Yubileyny;
  • Ivanteevka;

The total area served by Northern Power Grids is 10 142 km2.

The total population in the area serviced by Northern Power Grids is 1 million 225 thousand people.

The total area occupied by the Northern Power Grids facilities amounts to 270 ha.

South Electric Grids

About the Branch

On April 1, 1928, the Grid Management Directorate of the Moscow Association of State Electric Stations separated the power grids of Podolsk and Serpukhov into a separate grid "Podolsk-Serpukhov District", on the basis of which Southern Power Grids, a branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC, was subsequently developed.

Since January 1, 2008, in accordance with the Charter of MOESK PJSC, Southern Power Grids has united the Kashira and Podolsk Power Grids of the Moscow region. The staffing levels are 1 703 people at the moment.

The serviced area includes 11 administrative districts and urban districts of the Moscow region:
  • Podolsk district;
  • Leninsky district;
  • Lyubertsy district;
  • Ramenskoye district;
  • Domodedovo district;
  • Chekhov district;
  • Seprukhov district;
  • Kashira district;
  • Stupino district;
  • Serebryanye-Prudy district;
  • Zhukovsky district.

The branch services 210,836.28 units of power equipment on the territory with a total area of about 8,016.7 km2.

The grid complex includes 9 electric grid districts and 98 substations of 35-110-220 kV.

  • 3 substations of 220 kV;
  • 64 substations of 110 kV;
  • 31 substations of 35 kV;
  • 35-110-220 kV overhead lines, 2,044.11 km in length;
  • 0.4-6/10 kV overhead lines, 14,788.69 km in length;
  • 0.4-6/10-35 kV cable lines, 3,058.31 km in length.

The number of household consumers is 179,847, the number of legal entities is 14,725

Eastern Power Grids

About the Branch

Eastern Power Grids, a branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC, was established on January 1, 2008 in accordance with the Charter of MOESK PJSC by merging the branches of MOESK PJSC: Noginsk, Kolomna, Shatura and partially Eastern Power Grids with the center in Noginsk, Moscow Region.

The history of the enlarged branch dates back over 100 years old, to the 1920s, to the beginning of electrification of the country.

There are 11 districts of electric power grids within the borders of Eastern Power Grids, within which 11 urban districts of the Moscow Region are located: Bogorodskiy, Balashikha, Shchelkovo, Orekhovo-Zuevo, Pavlovsky Posad, Shatura, Yegoryevsk, Voskresensk, Kolomna, Lukhovitsy and Zaraisk.

The territory serviced by Eastern Power Grid borders on three subjects of the Russian Federation - Vladimir, Ryazan, and Tula regions. The branch has electric connections with two of them (Vladimir and Ryazan regions) via 110 kV overhead lines.

The service area is more than 16 000 km2 with a population of over two million people. There are 174 000 household consumers and 14 000 legal entities within the service area of the branch.

West Electric Grids

About the Branch

Western Power Grids was established on December 14, 1953, on the basis of the former 11th District of High Voltage Grids.

The branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC Western Power Grids was established as part of MOESK PJSC on January 1, 2008 in accordance with the Charter of MOESK PJSC by combining branches of MOESK PJSC of Volokolamsk, Mozhaisk and Western Power Grids. Today the staff of the company is more than 1 700 people.

The serviced territory includes eight administrative districts of the Moscow region:
  • Odintsovo district;
  • Istra district;
  • Naro-Fominsk district;
  • Shakhovskaya district;
  • Ruza district;
  • Mojaysk district;
  • Volokolamsk district;
  • Lotoshino disctict.

Western Power Grids has nine Power Grid Districts (PGDs), which have been operating since August 20, 2014. Two PGDs, Uspensk and Odintsovo districts, are part of the Odintsovo Administrative District of Moscow Region. The main task of the PGDs is to ensure smooth transmission of electricity through operational and technical maintenance of substations 35-220 kV substations of power grids and 0,4-220 kV networks without exceeding the normative technical losses.

On April 1, 1928, the Grid Management Directorate of the Moscow Association of State Electric Stations separated the power grids of Podolsk and Serpukhov into a separate grid "Podolsk-Serpukhov District", on the basis of which

Moscow High-Voltage Networks

About the Branch

Moscow High-Voltage Networks (MHVN) is a branch of «Rosseti Moscow Region», PJSC one of the largest distribution grid companies in Russia, carrying out transmission of electric energy in Moscow region.

The branch was created on January 1, 2016 in accordance with the decision on reforming the power grid sector by unifying the asset management system and creating a single point of responsibility for operational and technological maintenance of power transmission lines, substations with 35-220 kV equipment, and organizing rescue and recovery operations in Moscow. The creation of the branch allowed to combine all substations, aerial transmission lines with voltage of 35-220 kV and cable lines with voltage from 110 to 500 kV in Moscow, which first became operational in 1922.

Main Activities

The main type of activity of Moscow High-Voltage Networks is provision of paid services of transmitting electrical energy to consumers in Moscow. The MHVN team operates feeding centers of 35-220 kV for technological connection of consumers, and carries out a range of activities on operational servicing and maintenance of equipment and facilities at the feeding center, operating aerial and cable lines with the voltage of 35-500 kV. The staff of the branch assess project solutions for construction and reconstruction of power facilities and provides technical supervision services during their construction.

Objective: To provide reliable and quality power supply to consumers, improve functioning of the grid complex, provide for efficient management of the grid in Moscow, develop electricity grids by means of constructing and reconstructing power facilities located on the administrative territory of the city of Moscow.

The service area of the branch office is 1081 km2. Moscow High-voltage Networks of PJSC «Rosseti Moscow Region» serve 113 substations, 78 transition points, 1123.34 km of aerial lines of 35-220 kV, 945 km of cable lines with voltage of 110-500 kV. The volume of the grid exceeds 216,452.48 TEU. The total number of staff employed by the branch exceeds 1600 people.

Moscow High-voltage Networks are subdivided into 10 District High-Voltage Networks (DHVN), which represent the main structural unit and operate feeding centers. The DHVNs are distributed according to territories of district administrations in Moscow. Maintenance and servicing of high-voltage cable lines of 110-500 kV are carried out by staff of five specialized units.

Moscow Cable Networks

About the Branch

Moscow Cable Networks is a branch of the public joint-stock company "Moscow United Electric Grid Company"

The history of Moscow Cable Networks is more than 120 years of successful activity. It dates back to its establishment in 1897 in the board of Electric Lighting 1886 JSC of the cable and transformer department. The department was involved in the construction and operation of electrical grids.

Despite the difficulties caused by the First World War, the revolution and the Civil War, the energy industry of Moscow and the Moscow region developed. It was here that the electrification plan, which would later become the basis of the GOELRO plan, began to be implemented.

In 1922, the MOGES Trust was established in Moscow. The cable lines in MOGES consisted of seven network areas. There were approximately 500 people employed. There were 3,300 kilometers of cable lines, 500 kilometers of overhead lines, 200 distribution and more than 3,000 transformer substations in operation.

By the tenth anniversary of the GOELRO plan, more than 3,720 million kWh were supplied with the power grids. In 1940, the length of the underground cable network was 5,040 kilometers.

During the Great Patriotic War, Mosenergo professionals, including those from the cable grids department, joined the 4th emergency local defense regiment and the 8th Separate Engineering and Construction Battalion of the Special Works Administration of the Western Front. They built a frontal defensive electrified obstacle.

The Moscow Cable Networks power engineers provided energy for the post-war reconstruction and development of the capital. They solved the set tasks during the years of Moscow expansion in the mid-twentieth century. In 1971, Moscow Cable Networks was awarded the Order of the October Revolution.

Moscow Cable Networks has been reliably functioning since perestroika. On April 1, 2005, Moscow City Power Grid Company was established on the basis of a branch of Mosenergo. During the reform of 2008, MGESK LLC merged with MOESK LLC and from July 1 it is the largest branch of the company with its historical name of Moscow Cable Networks.

Today the branch operates 0.4-35 kV power grids with a total length of over 63,000 kilometers and over 15,700 transformer substations and distribution points.

The total number of employees as of 2019 is about 4 100.

New Moscow

About the Branch

In 2012, the territory of Moscow was expanded by adding land in the south-west of the Moscow region. The New Moscow branch was established on November 20, 2013 to provide high-quality and reliable power supply to the newly created Troitsk and Novomoskovsk administrative districts of Moscow. Today, the New Moscow electric grid economy consists of 122 513 conditional units, whereas for 8 years of the branch's existence this figure has increased almost 3.5 times! .

The structure includes Moskovsky and Troitsky electric grid districts, with a service area of 106 650 household consumers and 8 639 legal entities. The total area serviced by the grid company's branch is 1 447 km2. .

Dynamics of development

The development of the power grid complex goes hand in hand with the development of the New Moscow territories: to meet the growing demand for electricity, new power facilities are being built, substations are being modernized, and transmission lines are being upgraded. For example, since 2013, as part of the investment program, power engineers have reconstructed Letovo, Shchapovo, Bylovo, Troitskaya, Molchanovo, Lesnaya, and Desna substations. The commissioning in 2019 of the Khovanskaya substation, the largest in the Prefecture of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts, helped to increase the district's energy infrastructure capacity by 50%.

Information about electrical substations

220 kV - Khovanskaya substation, Lesnaya substation.

110 kV - Teply Stan, Peredeltsy, Letovo, Maryino, Syrovo, Troitskaya, Leonovo, Lebedevo, Shchapovo, Bylovo, Voronovo, Kresty substations.

35 kV - Molchanovo, Yesino, Yemtsovo, Ryazanovo, Znamenskaya, Kokoshkino, Baranovo substations.

By 2019, the program to reconstruct power grids with the replacement of bare wires with more reliable and modern self-supporting insulated wires was 100% fulfilled: more than 1,000 km of 0.4 kV SIW and more than 660 km of 6-10 kV SIW were replaced. 1,365 km of 0.4-20 kV cable lines were laid (an increase of more than 90% compared with 2014), 150 km of 0.4-20 kV overhead lines were built (an increase of 95%).

Length of power grids
  • 0.4-220 kV overhead lines (km) - 3,162.5 km
  • 35-220 kV overhead lines (km) - 615.5 km
  • 0.4-10 kV overhead lines (km) - 2,547 km
  • 0.4-20 kV cable lines (km) - 2,911 km
Key facilities and commissioning

The branch is responsible for the construction of electric grid infrastructure at most important social and industrial facilities in the Prefecture of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts. Since 2013, new schools, fire stations, landfills, residential complexes, railway stops have been connected to the power grid. The branch made its contribution to the reconstruction of road A-101 (from 20 to 49 km), to the construction of the "Solntsevo - Butovo - Vidnoe" highway, a traffic interchange near the Moscow Ring Road. .

2020 was memorable for the company's participation in grand projects: the construction of an infectious diseases hospital in the village of Golokhvastovo and the largest medical center in the village of Kommunarka. The large-scale 2021-22 project to connect the electric bus fleet in Krasnaya Pakhra provided an opportunity to enter a new market for services, which is the construction and connection of infrastructure to serve electric vehicles. .


The branch has a staff of almost 535 people. The indicator of the specific workload of the staff is one of the highest in the company, amounting to 229 units/person.


About the Branch

Energouchet, a branch of Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC, was established by a decision of the Board of Directors of MOESK PJSC on April 18, 2013.

The service area of the branch is Moscow and the Moscow region.

The main type of activity is metering of electrical energy.

Main goals of activity:
  • Independent rendering of electric power (capacity) transmission services (electric power supply from the grid to consumers and allied local grid operators).
  • Detection and prevention of unaccounted use of electrical energy.
  • Improvement of the efficiency of the electricity metering system.
  • Monthly definition of electricity balances of all voltage levels.
  • Enhancement of energy conservation and energy efficiency (including the reduction of technological consumption (losses) of electricity) at Rosseti Moscow Region PJSC.
  • Quality customer service.
Main tasks of the branch
  • Organization and performance of works on maintenance, modernization and development of electricity metering systems, implementation, technical support and maintenance of operation of software and hardware solutions as part of specialized technological information systems that provide automation of business processes in the field of electricity metering.
  • Performance of the functions of collecting (including visual (control) readings from the billing (control) electricity meters of consumers, conducting instrumental checks of meters.
  • Production and technological support.
  • Timely and quality customer service.
  • Meeting occupational, environmental, industrial and fire safety requirements.
  • Other types of activities.