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Nexans qualifies high voltage cable to world record water depth to create power connection across a Norwegian Fjord
For BKK’s new power connection across the Fensfjorden, Nexans has qualified its 420 kV XLPE power cable design for use in water depths down to 550 meters. This development opens up new possibilities to create higher voltage subsea links in deeper locations than ever before
The move to water pays for Norway’s Raanaasfoss hydro plant operator
When first installed, the SXL turbine guide bearings had an initial design clearance of 0.65mm (0.026”), allowing for up to 0.33mm (0.013”) of water absorption into the bearing material
Siemens receives order for world first SF6-free gas-insulated switchgear
Vacuum circuit breakers and clean air insulation replace SF6 as switching and insulating medium
ABB wins $180m Norway-Denmark power link contract
500 kV link sets new record in transmission voltage using HVDC
First osmotic power plant opens in Norway
Statkraft prototype facility examines membrane efficiencies
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