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12/03/2022 | Press release | Archived content

Mobile points of work with electricity consumers deployed in the Nizhny Novgorod region

3 December 2022
On behalf of General Director of Rosseti Centre, PJSC - the managing organization of Rosseti Centre and Volga region, PJSC, Igor Makovskiy, the Nizhny Novgorod branch of the company deployed mobile points for working with electricity consumers.

At the points, everyone can leave their applications on power supply issues, as well as receive up-to-date information about blackouts and other actions carried out on the networks. The company's specialists have already begun accepting applications and answering questions from residents in the Arzamassky, Bogorodsky, Kstovsky, Krasnooktyabrsky and Dalnekonstantinovsky districts:
- Borogodsk (Central Square);
- the small village of Shvarikha (opposite the school, Shkolnaya St.);
- the village of Chernukha (Lenina St., 61);
- the village of Surovatikha (Tsentralnaya St., 41);
- the settlement of Zhdanovsky (Shkolnaya St., 54);
- the village of Kechasovo (Sovetskaya St., 91).
The points are open daily from 09:00 am to 09:00 pm.

In addition, employees of Rosseti Centre, PJSC and Rosseti Centre and Volga region, PJSC conduct surveys of residents on streets of settlements. Nizhny Novgorod residents leave applications for the necessary work, which are promptly transferred to specialists.
Alexander Zolotov: "Now everything is fine, all is good, there are no blackouts. I have acquaintances in the small village of Dolotkovo, they complain that there is low voltage and the boilers do not start".

"The opening of the mobile points allowed us to expand the channels of communication with the residents of the region, so that both they and we have the opportunity to quickly receive accurate and timely information on work at power facilities from the primary source. This is especially important now, after receiving a warning from the Hydrometeorological Centre about an anomalous drop in temperature from 2 to 6 December, which could lead to a deterioration in the situation," stressed Igor Makovskiy.