Moscow, September 1, 2020 – PJSC Enel Russia has appointed Sergey Zamyatin as the Director of Nevinnomysskaya GRES. Previously he headed another Company’s power plant – Reftinskaya GRES.
In this position, he has replaced Andrey Podsvirov, who is going to continue his professional path in PJSC Enel Russia in the position of the Head of Operational and Maintenance Improvement that he had been leading before the appointment as the Nevinnomysskaya GRES Director. For Mr. Podsvirov, the management of Nevinnomysskaya GRES fell on the first phase of the coronavirus pandemic. In this regard, under his care, new protective measures were promptly implemented at the power plant against the spread of the virus among the personnel of PJSC Enel Russia and its contractors. In addition, amidst the personnel’s limited presence and tightened safety measures at the power plant, two major overhauls were carried out at the power unit 11 and CCGT-410; during the CCGT overhaul, the gas turbine was modernized, as a result of which the capacity of the power plant and its equipment has uprated.
Sergey Zamyatin was born in 1975 in the city of Asbest, Sverdlovsk region. In 1998, he graduated from the Ural State Technical University (today – Ural Federal University) majoring as an engineer in metallurgy of ferrous metals. Later he passed professional retraining majoring as an engineer in thermal power plants.
After graduating from the university, Mr. Zamyatin was employed to Reftinskaya GRES, where he made the way from a lineman to foreman. In 2012, Sergey Zamyatin was a short-list finalist of the corporate training and development program "Academy of a Technical Leader", after which he was appointed to a higher position - chief engineer of 300 MW units at Reftinskaya GRES. On April 1, 2016, Sergey Zamyatin was appointed Reftinskaya GRES Director, which he headed until the completion of the transition period after the sale of the power plant by PJSC Enel Russia.
Under the management of Mr. Zamyatin, a number of projects aimed at performance and environmental safety improvement of the power plant were implemented at Reftinskaya GRES: in particular, introduction of fabric filters and reconstruction of the electrostatic precipitators of 300 MW and 500 MW power units.
The new director of Nevinnomysskaya GRES, Sergey Zamyatin, is entrusted with a mission to proceed with safe and reliable operation of the power plant in conditions of increased safety measures, as well as, with the support of the relevant divisions of the Company, to carry out a number of modernization projects, assigned to PJSC Enel Russia as a result of the tenders.
The readiness of PJSC Enel Russia to the managerial rotations through sustainable and high-quality succession planning for managerial positions ensures the continuity of business processes along with the reliable and efficient operation of the power plants.