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Thomas Steiner recognized with the IEC 1906 Award
On September 9, 2019, several experts were recognized with the IEC 1906 Award in Frankfurt/Main for their outstanding knowledge and dedication to international standardization. Among the award winners was Thomas Steiner, Technical Director at HIGHVOLT.
HIGHVOLT-CEPCO signed mega-contract to equip the GCC Testing Laboratory in Dammam/Saudi Arabia
The overall package offered by HIGHVOLT and its long-standing local partner CEPCO saw them come out on top in the tender to equip the GCC testing laboratory. The companies were commissioned to act as full-range suppliers for the test facilities and medium voltage power supplies.
New HV test field at University of Applied Science Upper Austria
As part of an EU-funded project (Interreg project AB43), students and scientists are carrying out research to develop a high-voltage battery. The aim is to develop a reliable battery system that can be integrated directly into a medium-voltage DC system, creating high-performance units to store electrical energy, with excellent capacity at peak loads.
On-site testing of 66 kV subsea array cables
Offshore windfarms with extruded XLPE inter-array cables rated up to 66 kV will become increasingly common. IEC is anticipating the situation with a new standard – IEC 63026 (under development) – as a guideline for manufacturers, test service providers and operators. As a result, HIGHVOLT has developed a test system solution to meet these new requirements.
Breakdown localization - HiRES Locator
Where’s the breakdown? Finding breakdowns in kilometers of medium and high voltage cables is a little like finding a needle in the proverbial hay-stack. Until now, breakdowns could only be located off-line after a disruption had occurred. However, that makes measurement labor- and time-intensive, as extensive investigations are often required to find the breakdown.
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