Ivan Zhitenev took part in the 50th St. Gallen symposium10.05.2021
The St. Gallen Symposium is a student initiative aimed at fostering an intergenerational dialogue and bringing world leaders and experts together.
In 2021, the theme topic of the 50th anniversary symposium was “Trust matters”. The symposium brought together 30 nations and was held from the 5th to the 7th of May at the Swiss Embassies around the world. 128 speakers took part in the discussions, including: Satya Nadella (CEO Microsoft), Vasant Narasimhan (CEO Novartis), Mark Schneider (CEO Nestle), Rich Lesser (CEO BCG), Thomas Gottstein (CEO Credit Suisse), Sebastain Kurz ( Federal Chancellor, Austria), Karin Keller-Sutter (Minister of Justice, Switzerland), Ong Ye Kung (Minister of Health, Singapore), and many others. Russia was represented by two companies: Yandex and Streamer.
Recently, the topic of public trust in political and economic institutions, new technologies, and the media has been causing more and more questions and controversy. Today, in the light of unprecedented global challenges, finding ways to maintain and build confidence is the key to sustainable recovery and further development. But what is trust? After all, the understanding of this word is so ambiguous not only for different cultures, but it may not coincide even among members of the same family or change with our experience.
Can there be trust without freedom?
How can we combine trust and intellectual property rights?
Is trust possible in such state institutions as the army?
What is business trust?
Where are the boundaries between system transparency and privacy?
Symposium participants tried to define these terms, find answers to questions and propose solutions in order to increase the level of trust in society and make it the norm.
The main idea of Ivan Zhitenev's speech was that welfare in society (economic, political, creative) depends on the effective division of labor, which is based on trust both within the system and between systems and its external partners. Public trust, in turn, depends on the transparency of a system and is the result of collaborating, meaning, the development of trusting relationships is possible only with a positive cooperative experience.
CIGRE 2022 finished last week
Streamer met with its old friends over the world - it was a nice and warm event, the first big one after the Covid times. CIGRE was also very useful in setting up new cooperation opportunities, mostly in the European region.
First LLPD installation for E-Distribuzione near Oderzo, Veneto, Italy
In 2019, the University of Napoli contacted Streamer Electric AG in order the find a lightning protection solution for medium voltage lines. Prof. Amedeo Andreotti was looking for medium voltage line protection devices for E-Distribuzione, the Distribution utility of Italy, part of the ENEL group owner of the electrical network in Italy but also many other electrical networks around the world. E- Distribuzione is actively looking to improve the lightning outage rate on their overhead line network and particularly in the northern part of Italy.
FIREX International Exhibition 2022 finished
The new LLPD Catalog 2022 is available for downloads
Some significant improvements implemented inside the document will help the user to better understand Streamer product portfolio and especially topics related to EasyQuench system and Line Lightning Protection Device product range, its operation principles and added values.
The international exhibition Intersec Expo finished this week
At the end of September, Streamer's topics have been presented at ICLP-SIPDA
The ICLP-SIPDA 2021 is a conference organized by the scientific committees of the International Conference on Lightning Protection (ICLP) and the International Symposium on lightning Protection (SIPDA). Conference took place from 20th to 26th September 2021. One of the two representatives from Streamer, Alexander Chusov, shared information about this conference and his thoughts about it
Line Lightning Protection with LLPDd69z for NGCP in Pampanga, Philippines.
First TRANSEC installation Nicaragua
Frequently Asked Questions on Line Lightning Protection Devices (LLPD) are now aired on the Streamer webpage.
Malaysia On-Site Training for LLPD dM35z
LLPD project in Inner Mongolia, China
First installation of TRANSEC units in Ecuador
Vietnam Ha Giang Power Company will test Streamer innovative devices of lightning protection.
Ha Giang is a mountainous province with a complex topography and experiences extremely high lightning density during the thunderstorm season. 110 kV lines in the province mostly pass through mountainous terrain, many rivers, and streams, so breaks of the line wires due to lightning, are not uncommon. Most of the problem areas are concentrated in areas such as the Nam Ngan hydroelectric power plant and the city of Viet Kuang. Installation of innovative lightning protection devices to provide the region with uninterrupted power supply was necessary.
Supply of the dM35z LLPDs to Malaysia
A simple solution for the prevention of COVID-19
The first Transec unit has been installed in Kazakhstan and Central Asia by Streamer
In mid-March 2020, the first installation of the Transec unit has been completed in Kazakhstan.
Streamer JSC at the World Economic Forum in Davos
The 50th Anniversary World Economic Forum was held in Davos, Switzerland, from January 20 to 24, 2020. As part of the event various thematic meetings and discussions were organized and they were also attended by representatives of JSC Streamer - Ivan Zhitenev and Dmitry Terekhin.