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Alstom SA

Levallois-Perret Cedex, France

T: +33 141492000

Public company (EURONEXT: ALO)

Contact: Mr Patrick Kron, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Alstom SA designs, manufactures, supplies, and services products and systems for power generation and rail infrastructure markets worldwide.

Alstom in Russia
Alstom enterprises in Russia
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Moscow
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St. Petersburg
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Volgodonsk
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Rostov-on-Don
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Novocherkassk
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Ufa
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Yekaterinburg
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Surgut
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Irkutsk
 

Holding

 

Transport

 

Power grids

 

Energy

Engineering centers

Energy

Moscow: Alstom Power Uniturbo

St. Petersburg: Alstom Power Turbomachines

JV Alstom-Atomenergomash

JV AlstomRusHydroEnergy

Transport

Novocherkassk: JV Alstom-TRTrans

St. Petersburg: JV TramRus


Power grids

Moscow: Automation Systems Design and Maintenance Center

St. Petersburg: JV Alstom-KER

Yekaterinburg: JV AlstomGrid-RUSAL

Alstom history in russia

1975 – Alstom opens a representative office in Moscow

1992 – Alstom Power Turbomachines engineering center established in St. Petersburg

1993 – Alstom Power Uniturbo engineering center established in Moscow

1999 – ABB Stavan becomes Alstom Power Stavan (focus on emission control systems)

2004 – An engineering and service center for power substations automation is established in Moscow

2006 – Establishment of Alstom Grid – RUSAL Electroengineering joint venture

2007 – Establishment of Alstom-Atomenergomash joint venture (AAEM)

2010 – Alstom purchases Areva’s power grid equipment manufacturing business and sets up the third business area: Grid

2010 – Establishment of TRTrans joint venture

2011 – Establishment of AlstomRusHydroEnergy (ARHE) joint venture

2012 – Establishment of Railcomp joint venture

2012 – Establishment of TramRus joint venture

2013 – Establishment of Alstom-KER joint venture

Timeline of partner agreements

Alstom’s strategy in Russia is to localize engineering and manufacturing in all of the company’s business dimensions and establish long-term cooperation with Russian companies.

Alstom and LLC KER: in 2011
Establishment in 2011 of a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission JV – engineering center for direct current systems in St. Petersburg.

Alstom and NPC Promelectronica: in 2011
Establishment in 2011 of a JV with 51% share for Alstom and 49% share for Promelectronica to manufacture signaling equipment.

Alstom and Renova Group: in 2011
Agreement was signed in 2011 for the setup and localization in Russia of cutting-edge equipment for cogeneration plants.

Alstom and JSC RusHydro: in 2011
A joint venture was established in 2011 owned by the partners on a parity basis to manufacture hydroelectric generating equipment for small hydropower plants (up to 25 MW), as well as equipment for automated process control systems and integrated security systems.

Alstom and Skolkovo Foundation: in 2011
A cooperation agreement signed in 2011 as part of the Russian ‘Silicon Valley’ development project, which implies Alstom’s contribution to the development of the city infrastructure (municipal transport, power generation and transmission) and research activities at Skolkovo’s R&D projects (railway signaling systems, energy-efficient power plants and “smart power grids”).

Alstom and Soyuz Power Development Corporation: in 2011
A joint venture was established in 2011 for the production of high-voltage switchgear in Russia. The enterprise was built on site of an existing switchgear plant of Soyuz corporation in Mozhaisk.

Alstom and JSC Federal Grid Company: in 2010
A multifunction cooperation contract was signed in 2010 for the modernization of Russian power grid through localization of power transmission equipment manufacture and introduction of “smart grids”.

Alstom and JSC Mosenergo: in 2010
A cooperation agreement was signed in 2010 for the development of combined cycle heat generation technologies, supply of integrated solutions for cogeneration plants and modernization of Mosenergo’s installed capacities.

Alstom and Rostec Corporation: in 2010
A cooperation agreement was signed in 2010 for the supply of boiler circulating pumps to coal power plants.

Alstom and CJSC Transmashholding: in 2010
Alstom purchased 25% plus 1 share in TMH equity capital in 2010. Two joint ventures were established (TRTrans and Railcomp).

Alstom and JSC Inter RAO UES: in 2010
Memorandum of cooperation was signed in 2010 for the joint production of industrial output and delivery of services to Russia’s energy industry, to include installation of new control instruments and site security systems.

Alstom and JSC Atomenergomash: in 2007
A joint venture was established in 2007 to manufacture turbine islands for nuclear power plants based on Alstom’s Arabelle low-speed turbine technology, as well as steam turbines for coal power plants. Pursuant to the decision made in 2012, the joint venture’s fabrication yard was arranged on site of CJSC AEM-Technologies subsidiary in Volgodonsk.

Alstom and RUSAL: in 2006
A joint venture was established in 2006 for the production of AC/DC converters used for the construction of new RUSAL’s aluminum plants and retrofitting of existing enterprises.


Alstom supplies the following equipment on the Russian market: gas/steam turbines, generators, boiler systems, and industrial automation systems. Considering that “clean energy” is one of the key priorities for the company, we also supply air monitoring equipment.

Alstom is expanding its presence in the Transport sector due to partnership with CJSC Transmashholding – Russia’s leading manufacturer of rolling stock. Partners look forward to joint development of local trains, trams, metro cars, locomotives, etc. for 1520 mm gauge market.

Alstom is actively involved in the Russian market of power transmission equipment, providing services to power generation companies and industrial enterprises. The focus of cooperation with JSC FGC UES is on the modernization of Russian power grid through the deployment of “smart grid” technologies. In addition, Alstom supplies uninterruptible power equipment for a number of industry sectors (metal industry, automotive industry, etc.).

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