On May 17, 2018 the technical championship, "Power of the Future", began. It is Power Machines' large-scale educational project for engineering students from Russia's institutions of higher education. Forty-one teams from 16 institutions of higher education applied to participate. The competition for the championship will take place in several stages, and the winners will be announced in October 2018.
Power Machines has received licenses from Rostekhnadzor [Russian Technical Supervisory Authority] to develop and manufacture electric motors for pumping units in nuclear power plants. It is anticipated that the first production samples will be released around the end of 2019.
For the safety of employees working above the plant floor, the Krasny Kotelshchik, which is part of Power Machines, has implemented a modern safety system - Russia's first mobile anchoring installation.
The Power Machines declare the launch of a large-scale educational project for students - the Technical Championship "The Power of the Future". Students from any technical courses of higher educational institutions of the Russian Federation can take part in it.
The manager of the product development department, designing steam turbines for TPP CDB "Turbina" of the Power Machines PJSC, Sergey Primachenko was awarded a second-class Medal of the Order of Merit for the Motherland for his labor achievements and dedicated work over many years.
Since April 26, 2018, Igor Bartashevich, who previously held the position of General Director of the Kaluga Turbine Works JSC (KTW JSC), a member of Corporate Group "Power Machines", was assigned to position of the Deputy General Director – the Operational Director of the Power Machines PJSC.
On May 20, the Power Machines held an annual Open Day for employees and their families. This year, the holiday, which was attended by over a thousand people, was held at the Elektrosila plant, which celebrates its 120th anniversary this year.