Beyond the main high voltage transmission networks, rural and peripheral regions also require electrification and a coherent energy supply. While this is self-evident in highly industrialised nations, in developing countries these regional grids may be partly or even completely lacking.
We cover the complete package of regional power grid establishment, from the high voltage tie-in to the individual house connection in remote peripheral regions. The electrification and supply of particularly isolated regions may be optimised by means of hybrid systems which incorporate renewable energy in-feeds (e. g. diesel generators combined with wind energy and/or photovoltaic sources).
- Regional transmission and distribution networks
- Rural electrification (medium and low voltage)
- Transformer stations
- Pole-mounted transformers
- Street lighting