Holland (The Netherlands)
The retrofit project of medium-voltage (MV) circuit-breakers was addressed to 12 primary distribution plants and run by one of the leading companies in the electricity distribution field in the south of the Netherlands.
Assemini, Loc. Macchiareddu (Italy)
Project carried out in a substation for delivery of high voltage (HV) power inside a photovoltaic plant in one of the most important industrial centre of the southern Sardinia.
Montalto di Castro (Italy)
The project was carried out in Montalto di Castro, in Viterbo, it is a location well-known as one of the largest solar photovoltaic power plant in Italy.
Adria, Loc. Smergoncino (Italia)
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.
Electrical Substation 4,7MVA 110/6,3kV and Medium-Voltage (MV) Switchgears ATR 12kV 630A 16kA for Hydroelectric Plant
The project has implemented the electrical system of a Shpellë 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.
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.
Fushë Krujë and Fier (Albania)
The projectincludes the supply of two mobile substations in the south of Albania, Fushë Krujë and Fier, where the Government has invested a huge amount of money in order to increase the supply of electrical grid.
Udënisht, Korçë (Albania)
The project has seen the installation of a mobile substation in Udënisht, a well-known touristic area, in Korçë, the sixth most important town in Albania.
The project has been addressed to Baia-Mare, a city located in northern Romania and it has included the implementation and supply of medium-voltage (MV) switchgears.