HVDC


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HVDC

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We are delighted to implement our latest ABB Ability MACH control technology to upgrade this historic HVDC transmission link, facilitating more energy trading and exchange of renewables, bringing clean, reliable power supply to consumers", said Claudio Facchin, President of ABB's Power Grids division.
Increasing power supply in remote areas likely to boost the deployment of HVDC transmission systems in the APAC region
National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) spokesman told reporter here Sunday that two HVDC 660 KV transmission lines from Matiari to Lahore and Port Qasim to Faisalabad were planned in the CPEC projects, and a cooperation agreement in this connection had also been signed between NTDC and State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC/CET).
Huge number of SMs of HVDC makes PWM with high frequency and increases switching losses.
Analysis of the HVDC converter station market at a global level and for the key countries covered
Recent progresses on the HVDC protection indicates that the time-frequency characteristics of the voltage and current of the HVDC components could provide significant information for HVDC fault detection and isolation [13], [16]--[18].
Anders Gullerfelt, head of ABB grid systems and responsible for the delivery of the Caithness-Moray project, says it is confident in the use of the tried-and-tested technology: "ABB pioneered HVDC more than 60 years ago," he says.
We are very pleased to be continuing our successful relationship with Statoil by delivering a third HVDC powerfrom-shore link," said the president of ABB's Process Automation division, Peter Terwiesch.
The HVDC market is growing rapidly and has become an important part of many transmission grids.
The Welsh Government has provided millions of pounds towards the project, but HVDC has refused to identify any private sector backers.
Since the first development in the 1970s, Hitachi has participated in every HVDC project in Japan and has continued to underpin the stabilisation of the electricity grid.
The new entity, to be based in Tokyo, will be responsible for the design, engineering, supply and after-sales services related to the DC system of HVDC projects bringing in ABB's latest technologies to the Japanese market where Hitachi will be the prime contractor.