Prosoft-Systems will showcase its technology for the administrators of the Kyrgyz Republic's national electrical grids

22 May 2018

The engineering company Prosoft-Systems will take part in the official Presentation Day program sponsored by the National Electrical Grid of Kyrgyzstan, OJSC, which will be held May 24-25, 2018. The company will offer an overview of the devices that can help to build and update the power grids in the Kyrgyz Republic: solutions in the field of automated emergency-control and the monitoring of power systems for energy-generating facilities, power-grid companies, and substations.

The event is hosted by the National Electrical Grid of Kyrgyzstan, OJSC — a grid operator that offers centralized management of Kyrgyzstan's national energy system. The official Presentation Day is a way to introduce innovative ideas, products, and technologies in the field of energy, with a view to their subsequent installation at facilities belonging to the National Electrical Grid of Kyrgyzstan.

As part of the business program, Evgeny Netunakhin, the Sales Director of Overseas Operations, and Alexei Chirkov, the CEO Deputy for power Line Communication at Prosoft Systems Ltd., will talk about the development of emergency-control and relay-protection systems based on the company’s digital equipment and terminals.

His report will focus on:

  • the UPAE, MKPA, MKPA-2, and MKPA-RZ special integrity protection scheme complexes
  • RES-3 digital fault recorders
  • wide area measurement system (WAMS)
  • the AVANT series of devices for transmitting relay-protection and emergency-control commands.

It is worth noting that Prosoft-Systems has extensive experience working with the leading energy systems of the CIS countries. Among its successful accomplishments are joint projects with the Belenergo state production association, the Ukrenergo national energy company, the Uzbekenergo state joint-stock company, Azerenergy OJSC, the Barki Tojik open joint-stock holding company (Tajikistan), and the Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Company.