Andrey Cherezov

Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation

Citation

“Today, energy conservation and energy efficiency in Crimea are of particular relevance: the region is energy-dependent; therefore, energy saving and energy efficiency improvement are extremely important. Currently, the Russian Ministry of Energy and energy companies are working to integrate this issue into the governance system of energy conservation and energy efficiency enhancement.”

Background

Andrey Cherezov was born on October 12, 1967, in the Kemerovo Region.

In 1993, he graduated from the Altai State Technical University, majoring in Electricity Supply; then he received training there under the training program for managerial personnel for the Russian national economy in professional economic and business management activities.

He has 18 years of experience in the energy sector: from an engineer of relay protection and automation to a senior manager.

In 2006, he was appointed as the Director of the West Siberian maintenance and repair enterprise of Siberia MES, a branch of Federal Grid Company, in Barnaul. From May 2007, he worked as the First Deputy Director General and Chief Engineer of Siberia MES, a branch of Federal Grid Company.

In 2009, he was appointed as the Deputy Chief Engineer of Federal Grid Company and, later, a Deputy Chairman of the Management Board. In July 2009, he took up the post of the Chief Engineer of Federal Grid Company.

Andrey Cherezov received certificates of honor from the Ministry of Industry and Energy, RAO UES of Russia, and Federal Grid Company. For example, a certificate of honor was awarded to him by the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation in May 2010 for his contribution to the successful results achieved by Siberia MES in a heat deficit period.

From August 2011, he is a member of the Management Board of Federal Grid Company.