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PG&E was looking for a way to reduce the potential environmental impact of the SF₆ gas used in their gas-insulated switchgear.
ABB’s mobile GIS helps Statnett in the integration of renewable energy in Norway
ELK-04 C, 145 kV gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) is ABB’s new generation of 145 kV GIS designed to reduce complexity, life cycle costs and environmental impact.
ABB has commissioned the world’s first high- and medium-voltage GIS installation with a new eco-efficient gas mixture as an alternative to the widely used SF₆ gas.
The new gas mixture, developed by ABB in collaboration with 3M, insulates the world’s first GIS ever commissioned to offer an alternative to the widely-used greenhouse gas SF₆.
ABB's GIS helps meet the growing challenges of urbanization, quick power deployment and digitalization of grids, while enhancing grid reliability and lowering environmental impact.
Integrated GIS is a predesigned, standardized and fully integrated configuration based on ABB’s well proven GIS technology for fast power development.
ABB presents the new generation ELK-04 C, 145 kV at Cigre 2014, designed for eco-efficient performance, simplifies planning and installation while improving serviceability.
Gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) has solved many problems by providing a far safer and more compact solution.
That’s how short it takes to energize a substation. Gone are the days where it would take months or even years to get a substation up and running.
ABB's latest eco-efficient high-voltage GIS technology offers users the potential to lower environmental impact and simplify operations.
ABB’s GIS play a key role in enhancing the transmission efficiency and reliability, while increasing the share of wind energy into the grid.
Follow ABB’s 420 kV hybrid switchgear installation at Fernão Ferro substation inside the nature reserve of Rede Natura near Lisbon, Portugal in as little as 26 days.
Space is at a premium in downtown locations where land is expensive and scarce. To solve urban space constraints, ABB is taking the substation deep underground with GIS where space is less expensive and the substation is out of sight.
Designed to reduce complexity, life cycle costs and environmental impact.
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