220/33 kV substation for steel plant - 40.5 km total length
30 kV in-field and 150 kV export cables for Germany's first commercial windfarm - 80 km total length
Using 220 kV submarine and onshore cables cables to connect Glanagow and Raffeen via a busy shipping route - 30.5 km total length
Turnkey project for 380 kV cable system for TenneT TSO - 132 km total length
Successfully completed a vital and complex project to improve electrical transmission in the Auckland area.
Turnkey solution including planning, material production, installation and testing for a wind farm in the German North Sea - 51 km total length
400 kV High Voltage underground project - 80 km total length
Qaddy® is an integrated cable reel, pay-off and drum trolley, which significantly improves working conditions for electricians with its revolutionary ergonomic design.
The turnkey solution comprised the longest HVAC submarine cable in the world at this time installed in one complete length and at this voltage.
The national power grids between Denmark and Norway are connected through four DC-links crossing the Skagerrak strait, capable to carrying 1700 MW of renewable energy to the two countries’ energy mix. One of the cables, the Skagerrak 2, was damaged due to external impact.
Breezy southern Gotland was an early favorite for wind power. By the late 1990’s, the Swedish island had an installed wind power capacity of 40 MW (megawatt). To cope with additional wind power generation, the island grid needed an improved way of maintaining power quality.