N. 62 E-Houses 13.8kV and 34.5kV for electrical grid

Havana (Cuba)


Design, realization and supply of STC-Kiosk electrical substations for secondary distribution, aimed to implementing the national grid of the entire island of Cuba.

This is an important project, result of a lasting collaboration with our Caribbean customers. In fact, the twenty-year partnership with this customer is a result of mutual satisfaction, where the respective skills converge to the realization of common projects and the achievement of planned goals.

We have designed and constructed n. 62 STC-Kiosk compact electrical substations, as follow:

  • N. 13 STC-Kiosk 100kKA 13,8kV/415-240V
  • N. 1 STC-Kiosk 50 kVA 13,8 kV /220-127V
  • N. 3 STC-Kiosk 630 kVA 13,8 kV /220-127V
  • N. 1 STC-Kiosk 150 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 4 STC-Kiosk 400 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 3 STC-Kiosk 630 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 2 STC-Kiosk 1000 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 5 STC-Kiosk 1250 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 6 STC-Kiosk 630 kVA 13,8 kV /415-240V
  • N. 7 STC-Kiosk 400 kVA 34,5kV /415-240V
  • N. 9 STC-Kiosk 630 kVA 34,5 kV /415-240V
  • N. 8 STC-Kiosk 400 kVA 34,5kV /415-240V
The transformation centres include:
• Gas-insulated (GIS) medium-voltage (MT) electrical switchgraes ATR-Ring
• Low-voltage (LV) panels Euro-PC 220/127V 200A 25kA
• RTU panels
• Power transformers
• Firefighting system, installed inside the shelter

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