TGC-1 is participating in the Russian International Energy Forum


On April 25, 2017, the Russian International Energy Forum opened in St. Petersburg. On the first day of the Russian International Energy Forum, Denis Fedorov, General Director of Gazprom Energoholding LLC, delivered a presentation at the plenary session dedicated to the energy security of Russia.

At the end of the plenary session, the award ceremony was held for laureates and winners of the International competition of scientific, research and technology, and innovative inventions aimed at developing the fuel and energy and extractive industries, held with the support of the Ministry of Energy. On the part of TGC-1, the winners of the competition were Sergey Ivanov, Director of Production Systems Directorate, and Nikita Vydrin, Senior Specialist of the Energy Efficiency Group of the Power Plants Operation Department, for the work Reduction of Emergency Risks During Start-Up Operations at Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Units of CHPPs by Applying of Process Operations Regulations, and Alexander Sosnin, the Head of Economics Division of the Karelskiy Branch, for his work Application of Microsoft Power BI Software for Business Analysis of Data to Facilitate Receivables Management.

After that, Edward Lisitskiy, Deputy General Director for Development of TGC-1, made a presentation on prospects of CHPPs in the heat supply system of St. Petersburg at the conference Current Situation, Prospects and Areas for Development of Generating Capacities in Russia.

On April 26, the second day of the Forum, the round table Relevant Issues of Consumer Affairs on the Energy Market will be held with the support of TGC-1. The best executives of management companies of St. Petersburg, Moscow, the Republic of Karelia, the Murmansk Region, and other territories of Russia will share their best practices in receivables management, and cooperation with resource providers. Following the results of the event, the first regional award ceremony Outstanding House Manager will be held, based on the results of heat consumers' ranking for 2016.

The event will be broadcasted live on the website of Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper and its platforms in Facebook and YouTube social networks.


TGC-1 is the major heat power supplier in St. Petersburg. Ten CHPPs located on the territory of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region supply heat to the citizens and enterprises of the city. The company's share of the heat power market of St. Petersburg exceeds 50%.