Join this focused knowledge exchange and:
- Evaluate project requirements to select 66kV inter-arrays
- Explore turbine requirements for use in 66kV systems
- Review certification procedures for higher voltage equipment
- Evaluate the technology and cost impacts on transformers, cables and switchgears
- Understand the need for reactive power compensation in offshore substations
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Assessing scenarios for the first 66kV system, at the Borssele OWF sites
Frank Wester, Asset Management Offshore Wind at Tennet, gave a presentation at last years' 66 kV event, on the topic "Assessing scenarios for the first 66kV system, at the Borssele OWF sites".
Wet design for higher voltage wind farm applications
Aida Reig, System Design Engineer for Submarine Systems at Prysmian Powerlink, gave a presentation at last years' 66 kV event, on the topic "Wet design for higher voltage wind farm applications".
Changes to 66 kV, required planning, proven replacement
The changeover of wind farm capacity output to 66 kV poses not just one but several dilemmas for equipment makers and farm developers. This article goes through three main issues, including the chicken-and-egg dilemma, the size and weight of transformers that will handle 66 kV, and safety & cost concerns in switching and transforming equipment.
An Overview of High Voltage Deep Sea Cable Developments
Cable producers have completed prototype products for replacing existing arrays at sea with high-voltage lines and connections. This article shows which core materials have proven the best and most successful. To find out more download the full article for free here.