Substations

Substations represent the nodes in all types of energy networks, whether low, medium, high or extra high voltage ‒ the switching points for the electrical energy. We provide all engineering services required for the implementation of new turnkey substations or for the extension/refurbishing of existing stations with air or gas insulated switchgear. These projects include small package substations for energy in-feeds from decentralised power generation sources, as well as substations for rural power distribution networks, and major stations requiring the highest standards of availability at all voltage levels.

Our Competencies:

  • Air- and gas-insulated substations
  • EHV/HV/MV switchgears
  • Transformers, shunt reactors, and capacitor banks
  • Static VAR compensations (SVC)
  • Protection, control, supervision, and metering systems (SCMS)
  • Auxiliary plants (batteries/(emergency) power supply/air-conditioning/fire protection)

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