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The company won the National Grid UHV DC project Xi'an Xidian Shanghai Temple +600KV 5 sets, for the national network clean ener
The company won the Xi'an Xidian Shanghai Temple +600KV of the Shanghai Temple-Shandong UHV DC Project of the State Grid UHV DC Project. This is also an important project for Asta to participate in the National Grid Clean Energy Project and contribute to environmental protection. .
Shanghai Temple-Shandong Project started in Shanghai Temple in Inner Mongolia and settled in Linyi, Shandong Province. It passes through Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Shanxi, Hebei, Henan and Shandong provinces. It has two new Shanghai Temple and Linyi converter stations with a conversion capacity of 20 million. Kilowatts, the total length of the line is 1238 kilometers, and the project investment is 22.1 billion yuan, of which the length of the line in Shandong is 307.9 kilometers. It was approved by the National Development and Reform Commission in December 2015 and is scheduled to be completed and put into operation in 2017.
This project is the sixth UHV project approved by the State Grid Corporation of China this year. It marks the approval of the “Four Intersections and Four Straight” projects of the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan. It is the world’s second ±800 kV and 10 million transmission capacity. The UHV DC project, which is connected to the 500/1000 kV AC grid by kW, is a milestone for the development of UHV grids. After the project is completed and put into operation, it can send electricity to Shandong about 55 billion kWh per year, reduce coal transportation by 25.2 million tons, reduce 20,000 tons of soot, 124,000 tons of sulfur dioxide, 131,000 tons of nitrogen oxides and 49.5 million tons of carbon dioxide. .
For this project, the company sent relevant personnel to the customer side to carry out full front-end professional technical exchanges, so that the project can be successfully and successfully laid the foundation.