Siemens Energy compensations substation for Vietnamese solar plant

Nov 4, 2020 07:30 AM ET
  • In Thuan Nam district of Ninh Thuan district, Vietnam, homes and companies currently obtain an increase in power transmission following the effective commissioning and also energization of a 500kV power substation.
Siemens Energy compensations substation for Vietnamese solar plant
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The substation includes 500kV power transformers, circuit breakers, tool transformers, coils and also distribution transformers-- all provided by Siemens Energy.

The power transformers are the Sensformer units, which, fitted with connection and intelligence, offer access to real-time digital information for optimised procedure.

This appointing had proven to be an amazing task by the neighborhood Siemens Energy project group having accomplished it within a very tight timeline in order to satisfy the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) target date, in addition to under phenomenal conditions of the dominating COVID-19 scenario.

Remote approaches had to be deployed using video conferencing, while a technical expert was additionally mobilised to Vietnam to supply assistance.

The project was urgently needed for the grid advancement in Ninh Thuan province as well as its surrounding areas, as the transformer banks can send enough energy to amaze 2 provinces as well as cities.

The substation will most importantly sustain electrical power created by a 450MW solar energy plant situated nearby in Quan The Village of the pointed out Thuan Nam area, developed by the client, Trung Nam Group.

Mr. Nguyen Tam Tien, CEO of Trung Nam Group, stated: "This is an essential turning point because we are unlocking more than 1 billion kWh of potential energy from sustainable resources alone. Additionally, this project assists to incorporate power from the South Central Coastal grid, as well as likewise from bountiful renewable energy sources in Ninh Thuan and also Binh Thuan provinces.

" It aids to effectively make use of excess energy produced from existing sustainable nuclear power plant, which could otherwise be damaging as well as substantially pricey for the plant owners.

Head of Transmission Products and Systems Asia Pacific Hub, Mr. Steve Loo, includes: "The health and safety of our workers are of utmost value for us. Hence, the group needed to operate under special precautions to safeguard everyone against COVID-19. We are grateful that whatever worked out well."

"I would like to share my high admiration for the neighborhood Vietnam team and all factories included who have worked significantly hard to make sure the project's success. We are incredibly happy with the group's success that will absolutely augur well for future partnerships with the customer," he claimed.

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