Price list N01/2016 for Domestic and Industrial cables applicable since January 1st, 2016, including the addendum for CPR compliant cables
HVDC (high voltage direct current) power links are now able to utilize Nexans state-of-the-art XLPE cables that are qualified to 320 kV, while type testing at 525 kV has just been successfully completed.
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Nexans is pioneering a step-change in the renewables industry as wind farm operators switch to higher voltage inter-array networks that boost their output capacity while utilising cost-effective, robust and easy to install cable systems. the new 72.5 kv accessories complement the previous development of nexans’ high-voltage inter-array cables.
Statnett, Norway’s state owned power system operator, has energised 68 km of Nexans’ coloured conductors on its new overhead transmission line connecting central Norway to western Norway.
The Selection Committee and the Board of Directors of the Nexans Foundation met on May 2016 to choose the 2016 projets to be supported by the Foundation.
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd has chosen a consortium of Nexans and Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd to supply a transmission system to connect its new wind farm off the coast of Scotland to the grid.
Nexans’ experts and academics came together last month with customers and industry professionals at the Musée des arts et metiers in Paris to discuss how superconducting power grids could provide a real solution to the changing energy environment in Europe.
Price list N01/2016 for Domestic and Industrial cables applicable since January 1st, 2016.
EnergoBit S.A.’s 30MW Babadag III Wind Farm in Romania will transmit energy to the grid using 140km of Nexans’ high temperature conductor cables and accessories.
Nexans issues the 3rd edition of its N-manual, a technical handbook containing key information on installation cables.
On 7th December, Nexans will look at the role of superconductivity in providing reliable and energy-efficient solutions to integrate renewable power generation while reducing carbon footprint, with inputs from leading experts from industry and academics.
The European Commission (EC) has announced an amendment to EN 50575 which will result in delayed implementation of Construction Product Regulations (CPR) for cables.
Following the agreement signed end of October 2015, Nexans confirms that it has concluded, as of December 1st, the divestment of its Argentinean activities to the group which controls the cable manufacturer Cimet in Argentina.
The Nexans Board of Directors decided today to appoint Mrs. Kathleen Wantz-O’Rourke as censor with a view to proposing her candidature as member of the Board of Directors to the 2016 shareholders’ general meeting.
Price list N01/2016 for Domestic and Industrial cables is now available. It will become applicable on January 1st, 2016.
Project BienVEnu for EV charging in collective housing was launched today by project coordinator ERDF and seven partners, including CentraleSupélec, G2Mobility, MOPeasy, Nexans, Park’N’Plug, Tetragora, and Trialog.
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Brazil’s first modern tramway is to benefit from enhanced reliability thanks to a partnership between Nexans and Alstom.
The RGIE/AREI has significally expanded the number of cases in which F2 and/or halogen-free wires and cables must be used. Nexans proposes the ALSECURE H07Z1-U/R type 2 to meet these requirements.
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