Business programme

The Electric Power Industry in the Changing Times

16 Jun , 11:00–12:15
The New Economic Order: Responding to the Challenges of the Time
Congress Centre, conference hall D1

The electric power industry has always been the backbone of the Russian economy. Today, its top priority remains ensuring stable and reliable energy supply to millions of domestic consumers. This task is of particular importance given the current external challenges. A systematic approach is needed more than ever to ensure that the domestic market is capacious and growing steadily, and it is paramount to identify regional and industry-based growth points and key development priorities and implement them step by step. What demands are the various sectors of the Russian economy making for the fuel and energy sector amidst the global changes that are taking place? What do the country’s regions need from the energy sector, particularly in terms of infrastructure? What changes need to be made both as regards anti-crisis management and strategic planning in the energy sector? How can we improve the effectiveness of interagency collaboration in this new environment?

Alexandra Suvorova, Anchor, Russia 24 TV Channel

Dmitry Konov, Member of the Council, Russian Chemists Union
Boris Martsinkevich, Chief Editor, Analytical Online Journal «Geoenergetics»
Fedor Opadchiy, Chairman of the Board, System Operator of the United Power System
Andrey Ryumin, General Director, Chairman of the Management Board, Rosseti
Alexey Texler, Governor of Chelyabinsk Region
Viktor Khmarin, Chairman of the Management Board, General Director, RusHydro
Nikolay Shulginov, Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation