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wind energy technology and the construction of new wind farms are to operate safely and successfully in places where operational requirements are higher due to environmental conditions such as salinity, temperature, or humidity, switchgear that is adapted to those particular conditions is required — and that meets international standards.
Because of the unique location of the switchgear inside the wind turbine tower, specialised designs are required to ensure maximum safety in the event of an internal arc fault within the switchgear.
Some turbine makers choose for an arrangement that places the switchgear above ground level.
The Global Wind Switchgear Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The switchgear protects each wind turbine against overloads and short circuits, allowing electricity to be supplied reliably and without interruption.
Based on proven component technology, the Siemens Energy 8VM1 Blue GIS is specifically suited for offshore wind turbine installations.
The 66 kV GIS can use pure air as an insulating medium thanks to the revolutionary vacuum interrupting technology. Both solutions achieve F-gas-free insulation and meet the demand for environmentally friendly wind energy.
ABB’s custom switchgear for wind turbines is offered in voltage ratings of 12 kV, 24 kV, 36 kV, and 40.5 kV.
Due to the growing tendency of higher production per installed turbine, slim and flexible switchgear is critical for the wind power industry.
ABB has developed a switchgear with exceptionally slender modules to solve the difficulty of limited space inside tower installations and tiny substations.
Hitachi Energy’s well-proven hybrid technology platform underpins PASS M00 – Wind. PASS switchgear is noted for its remarkable high reliability, space-saving, reduced footprint, and best-in-class performances for applications up to 72.5kV, with over 1.300 units deployed.
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