The Founder of “Energomera” Company
Vladimir Ivanovich PoliakovRussian businessman
Founder and President of the joint stock company “Energomera Concern”
Born in 1953 in the village of Novyi, Khabarovsk Krai.
In 1976 he graduated from the Tomsk Institute of Automated Control Systems and Radio Electronics with a degree in Design and Production of Radio Equipment.
Since 1977 he worked at the Gomel Radio Factory as a foreman, workshop manager, deputy chief engineer.
Since 1989 he was the chief engineer of the Stavropol Radio Factory “Signal”.
In 1994, Vladimir Poliakov founded his own company – “Energomera” Concern”, in the structure of which three business segments were created:
JSC “Monocrystal”: production of electronic materials and components (the world's largest manufacturer of synthetic sapphires for the LED industry);
JSC “Electrotechnical Factories “Energomera”: electrotechnical instrumentation (a leader in the domestic market of electronic electrical energy metering devices);
LLC “Energomera” Agroholding”: an agricultural enterprise with a land bank of over 85 thousand hectares. It has over 5 thousand workplaces, four high-tech factories in Russia, as well as factories in Ukraine, Belarus and China. Two design institutes, sales offices in Taiwan, Korea, the Netherlands and the USA.
Vladimir Poliakov is a Professor Emeritus of the North-Caucasus Federal University, as well as a member of the Board of Regents of Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radio Electronics.
By the decree of the President of the Russian Federation, in 2004 Vladimir Ivanovich Poliakov was awarded the Order of Honor for his contribution to the socio-economic development of the Stavropol Krai. In 2006, he was awarded the “Hero of Labor of the Stavropol Krai” gold medal for innovation and success in the development of industrial production. For his personal contribution to the revival of Orthodox churches he was awarded 3 orders of the Russian Orthodox Church: Order of Holy Prince Daniel of Moscow, Order of Venerable Sergius of Radonezh and Order of St. Venerable Seraphim of Sarov.