Assemini, Loc. Macchiareddu (Italy)
The project was carried out in an electrical substation for the delivery of high voltage (HV) power, situated inside a photovoltaic plant, in one of the most important industrial centre of the southern Sardinia.
Construction of the electrical system of a hydroelectric plant in Shpellë. Hydroelectric energy is based on the conversion of natural water flow into electricity and is classified as renewable energy because it is generated by exploiting the kinetic force given by the natural water cycle.
Venegas, Matanzas, Camagüey, Mayajigua (Cuba)
The project includes n. 4 photovoltaic plants, with a total of 10MWp, located in 4 sites, situated in 3 different provinces of the Cuban Republic. It is part of the implementation plan of the Cuban economic development program, with the aim to reach a total of 700MW photovoltaic power supply by 2030.
The project involves the supply of n. 30 medium-voltage Normal Clad switchgears 12kV 1600A 40kA with a frequency of 60Hz and n. 6 low-voltage (LV) Euro-SDS switchboards at the Lidio Ramon Perez thermoelectric plant, in Felton, in the province of Holguin.
The retrofit project of medium-voltage (MV) circuit-breakers was addressed to n. 12 primary distribution plants and run by one of the leading companies in the electricity distribution field in the south of the Netherlands.
This project has the peculiarity of being installed inside a building specifically designed in respect of the surrounding environment, notoriously recognized for its touristic value.
Development and supply of a mobile substation 110/20kV for transformation and primary distribution 40MVA, carried out in the geographical area of Fushë-Krujës. It involves the supply of electricity for the benefit of a population of over 40,000 inhabitants.
On the Cuban territory, in the province of Artemisa, it has been carried out a project aimed to supply electric energy to the port area, well-known both for being a holiday destination and a business hub.
Antillana da Acero (Cuba)
The project consists of an electrical substation requalification work. It is placed inside the iron and steel complex in Antillana de Acero in La Havana.
The project consists of the renewal of high-voltage electrical substations previously designed and installed by C.R. Technology Systems and managed by the national authority for electricity.
Fushë Krujë, Fier (Albania)
The project includes the supply of two mobile substations in the south of Albania, Fushë Krujë and Fier, where the Government has invested a large amount of money in order to increase the supply of the electrical grid.
Montalto di Castro (Italy)
The project was carried out in Montalto di Castro, in Viterbo, a well-known location as one of the largest solar photovoltaic power plant in Italy.
Outdoor installations of medium-voltage switchgears aimed to guarantee electricity to a company operating in the mining industry.
Udënisht, Korçë (Albania)
The project has included design, installation and supply of a mobile substation in Udënisht, a well-known touristic area, in Korçë, and the sixth most important town in Albania.
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Andrés Ibáñez (Bolivia)
The ambitious project has been destined to a cement factory in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, in Andrés Ibáñez, the largest city in Bolivia.
Outdoor installation of medium-voltage metal clad switchgears Normal Clad 12,6kV 630A 25kA (3s), IP65 degree of protection, galvanized with Sendzimir process, to grant switchgear protection against dust and pollution in mining applications.
Hai Phong (Vietnam)
Carrying out of switchgears and transformers for the electricity supply in Hai Phong, third Vietnamese city in terms of population and one of the nation’s main ports.
Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)
The project has been carried out in Addis Abeba and consists of engineering, construction and supply of n. 2 medium-voltage ATR switchgear panels 36kV 630A 12,5kVA for industrial applications.
The project has seen the design, implementation and supply of medium-voltage switchgears for the city of Gipuzkoa, in Basque Country.
The project has involved the implementation and supply of materials for the 34,5kV and 13,8kV electrical substations in the port area of Artemisa.
Puerto Escondido (Cuba)
The project has involved the supply of material to increase the high-voltage electrical substation (HV) in the developing area of Petrolero, in Puerto Escondido district.
The project, carried out in the industrial district called “National Center” located in Artemisa, has consisted of the supply of materials, products and systems, for the installation of medium-voltage distribution STC-Box shelters.
The project has seen the laying and start-up of a line cable 132kV with double circuit of 100km for the interconnection of a high-voltage (HV) substation in the Varadero Casco Histórico with other high-voltage substations. The present installation has been carried out between the Casco Histórico and Palmeras areas.
The project consists of the modernization of the Antillana de Acero electrical substation and it has been carried out in the Cotorro district of Havana, which has an essential function for the area as it supplies electricity to the "José Marti" steel plant.
Cayo Coco (Cuba)
Supply of materials and auxiliary accessories for the set-up of four reactors for the delivery of electricity in the Cayería del Norte area in the province of Ciego de Ávila, a Cuban district.
Ciego de Avila (Cuba)
The medium-voltage switchgears allow to increase the supply of electrical energy produced by the substations of Cayo Coco y Guillermo, which are part of a project previously carried out.
In the province of Artemisa, a highly inhabited Cuban region, the supply of medium-voltage switchgears 36kV aimed to expand the electrical substation for the “Zal” logistics activity zone.
Lighting of the "Avenda Pirmera" Street: the main artery of Varadero.
The project has seen the laying and set up of the line cable 123kV with double circuit of 43km for the interconnection of high-voltage substations (HV) in the Varadero Casco Histórico and other high-voltage substations. The present installation has been carried out between the Casco Histórico and Hicacos.
Guacara e Tucacos (Venezuela)
The project was carried out in Guacara and Tucacas, tourist cities located in Venezuela. It has seen the implementation of several compact substations, destined to Hyundai generator plants.
Design, supply and implementation of metal clad switchgears for energy production in the area of Basra, the second most populous city in Iraq.
Design, supply and implementation of metal-clad electrical panels in a mining company in Chihuahua.
The project had been carried out in the tourist area of Nuevitas, in the province of Camagüey and it has included the renewal of the thermoelectric power station “10 October”.
Capo Bon, Korba, Sbikha, Sbeitla e Feriana di Scogat (Tunisia)
The project has included the dismantling of old lighting fixtures and the installation of more technological lamps, aimed at optimizing the lighting system in the areas of Capo Bon, Korba, Sbikha, Sbeitla and Feriana of Scogat, in Tunisia.
The project was carried out in the capital of Myanmar and it has allowed an increase in the supply of electricity in diesel power plants.
Havana, Pinar del Rio, Isla de la Juventud, Cienfuegos, Guantanamo (Cuba)
It is the first major project concerning 6 photovoltaic plants distributed in five different Cuban provinces, which has the function of reducing CO2 emissions and safeguarding the surrounding environment, threatened by the increasing rate of tourism.
The project has involved medium-voltage (MV) switchgears designed and constructed for Narajito, a historic district in the south of the Cuban capital.
The project has included the design and construction of n. 3 compact STC-Box substations, aiming to increase electrification in Libya.
The project aims to increase the electrification grid in Ecuador areas which suffer a lack of electricity.
The project, destined for the city of Zarzouna, in the Tunisian province of Biserta, has seen the supply and implementation of technological remote control and management devices. The system consists of various measuring and management devices that interface with the SCADA system for a generator plant.
The project has been implemented in Areza, a rural area in the south of Eritrea, aimed to supply electrical material for a photovoltaic plant.
The project has involved the implementation of Normal Clad switchgears, addressed to an important industrial, steel and chemical hub in the city of Donetsk.
Croydon (United Kingdom)
The project, carried out in the city of Croydon, a metropolitan center located in south of London, has included the supply of two protection and control panels, the materials and accessories needed for the putting into service. Everything was addressed to an electrical substation 34.5kV 24Vdc with a frequency of 60Hz.
Dalmine - Bergamo (Italy)
For the realization of the project, the engineering hub has applied a reverse engineering study, starting from the existing plant, to develop an operational and suitable product.
The project has been carried out in record time in the Cuban city of Matanzas and has included design, installation and supply of the busduct and its auxiliary transformer for the Antonio Guiteras thermoelectric power plant.
The project has been carried out in Artemisa, an important industrial center in Cuba.
Plaza de la Revolución - L'Avana (Cuba)
The project has included the realization of a remote management system with power and control panels for the lighting system in Plaza de la Revolución in Havana.
Supply of equipment and spare parts for electrical substations in the industrial developing area located at about 30 kilometers from the capital.
The project has included the study, installation and supply of the electrical substation "Punta Hicacos".
Design, construction and start-up of medium-voltage switchgears for the primary distribution aimed to increase the electrification of the Iraqi national grid, in order to guarantee high-reliability and continuity of service.
The project has involved the study, construction and start-up of an electrical substation in the province of Artemisa, in Cuba.
The ambitious realization has the aim of increasing the electric grid in the Cuban capital.
Granma, Pinar del Rio, Ciego da Avila, Santiago de Cuba, Guantanamo (Cuba)
The project, which has allowed to produce energy locally, has included n. 7 photovoltaic plants located in 5 different Cuban provinces: Granma, Pinar del Rio, Ciego da Avila, Santiago de Cuba and Guantanamo.
The project has been addressed to Baia-Mare, a city located in northern Romania and it has included the implementation and supply of material for medium-voltage (MV) switchgears.
Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
The project, carried out in Dubai, capital of the United Arab Emirates, has included the construction and supply n. 6 medium-voltage metal-enclosed ATR switchgears 24kV 630A 16kA, equipped with signal lamps and pressure gauge and auxiliary accessories.
Puerto Cabello (Venezuela)
The project has included modular shelters and medium and low-voltage switchgears, for the modernization of generators in Venezuela.
Gonaives e Cabo Haitiano (Haiti)
The project has included n. 4 compact substations, with the aim to supply the electricity in the rural areas of Gonaives and Cabo Haitiano.
The project has the aim to increase the electrical grid of a mine located in the province of Yauyos (Peru) and it has involved the design, construction and supply of n. 7 medium-voltage Normal Clad switchgears 24kV 630A 31.5kA and 17.5kV 1250A 31.5kA, with IP65 protection degree, an auxiliary transformer 12600/230V 10kA, materials and accessories necessary for the start-up of the plant.
The project has included engineering, construction and supply of a high-voltage (HV) electrical substation with medium-voltage Normal Clad switchgears for the electrification of a thermoelectric power station.
Adria, Loc. Smergoncino (Italy)
The project, result of an important partnership, is addressed to a historical industrial company located in Smergoncino, in Rovigo area. The long-lasting know-how gained in the high-voltage field has made it possible to increase the plant power supply.
The project consists of electrical equipment, materials and accessories necessary for the setup of nr. 61 transformation centers with radial and ring configuration, in the lively Cuban capital, Havana.
The project has involved the design, construction and installation of the entire lighting system for the luxury Manzana de Gomez hotel, designed in European style by the architect José Gómez-Mena Vila, and its nearby street. The project has included LED lamps 3700K 90-295V AC 60Hz up to 36W IP65.
The project has involved the engineering, construction and supply of n. 6 STC-Kiosk, which have been integrated into the Cuban public grid. These small size substations have been refined with high-resistant painting, suitable for Caribbean humid and saline environments, and customized with internal equipment.
Realization of a high-voltage electrical substation addressed to the historic thermoelectric plant "Tallapiedra" in Havana.
The project has included the study, construction, and installation of a hybrid GIS electrical substation, to supply energy to an industrial area in Atemisa.
The project was addressed to the developing industrial center of Artemisa and included the engineering study, construction, and commissioning of compact substations for energy distribution and electrical equipment for the substation interconnection.
The project has included the study, working and supply of Sylvester Pine wooden poles from Scandinavia (Finland, Norway, Sweden).
They are 11 and 12 meters high and are treated with creosote: a material used to ensure long-lasting wood conservation.
Design, construction, and commissioning of a rooftop photovoltaic system (PV) 168kWp including n. 594 solar panels 280kWp, n. 3 inverters 50kW, and low-voltage (LV) switchboards Euro-SDS 415/240V 60Hz, for the energy supply of a big coffee roastery, which has a production capacity of 1200 kg/h of ground and roasted Cuban coffee.
Cayo Santa Maria (Cuba)
Design, construction and commissioning of a high-voltage (HV) electrical substation 13,8kV 2000A 25kA containing n. 22 air-insulated (AIS) medium-voltage (MV) Normal Clad switchgears 34,5kV 1250A 25kA, a low-voltage (LV) switchboard Euro-SDS 380/220V 60Hz, SCADA system for the control of the plant.
We have carried out, in collaboration with ENGIE Eps and FCA-Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the innovative "Vehicle to Grid" (V2G) project, which involves the use of cars in the FCA plant in Mirafiori, used to supply energy to the electrical grid. This is the production of green energy in which cars, within a grid hub that can accommodate up to 700 electric vehicles, act like small power plants, supplying electricity yielded into the grid by the batteries.