This Spring’s Top 5 Electrical Transformer “Good News” Articles

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The electrical transformer market is known to be progressive and this spring is no exception.  We gathered our top 5 articles that highlight future technologies and strategic installations around the world.

1) Power Transformer Market Expected to Deliver Dynamic Progression until 2028

Global Power Transformer Market – an Overview

The power transformer acts as an electric device that transfers energy between two or more circuits via electromagnetic induction. Power transformers are used to increase or decrease the voltage before transmitting electrical energy from one place to another through wires. This accomplished by increasing the voltage of electric power via step-up transformers, enabling cost-effective transmission of electric power and distribution while avoiding the loss of heat. Consequently, power transformers have shaped the electrical energy supply industry, allowing generators to be located remotely from points of demand. Increasing demand for electrical energy, driven by emerging economies, extensive power plant capacities, along with the economic growth are some of the key drivers articulating the demand for power transformers globally.

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2) E.ON to commission 2500 digital transformers:

German electric utility E.ON plans to commission 2500 digital transformer stations by the end of 2019.

The transformers will be used in the service areas of its four German distribution grid operators – Avacon, Bayernwerk, E.DIS and Hansewerk.

Starting this year, E.ON will solely install digital transformer stations in Germany in order to integrate the smart grid into E.ON’s distribution grids.

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3) New 10 MVA transformer inaugurated in Kolkata

India’s Power Finance Company (PFC) has inaugurated a new 10 MVA power transformer in New Town, Kolkata.

The new 10 MVA power transformer was installed in the New Town AAC-IIIC Substation at Rajarhat-Gopalpur.

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4) ABB transformers made at Bad Honnef facility delivered to Wilster substation.

Exterior view of power transformers on a sunny day.

Northern European transmission system operator TenneT is delivering two ABB transformers to a substation in Wilster in Schleswig Holstein.

The two direct-coupling transformers will connect the 380kV portion of TenneT’s network to the 110kV portion of Schleswig-Holstein Netz’s grid and will help integrate more offshore wind power into the German grid.
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5) NGCP energizes new substation and transmission line

The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) has energized its newly improved substation and transmission line in Bataan.

The Bataan 230-kV Grid Reinforcement Project is composed of the HermosaBataan Combined Cycle Power Plant Line 3, the BCCPP Substation Bay 81, and its associated equipment.
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The future looks bright for the transformer industry as a whole, and as a supplier of energy efficient transformer cores, we couldn’t be more excited about this news. We are happy to report that Corefficient’s legacy of quality continues through our transformer core engineering, transformer core design, magnetic core expertise, cold rolled steel, grain oriented steel, electrical steel, and – most importantly – customer service.

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Corefficient designs, manufactures and markets energy efficient electrical cores; a major component used in the manufacture of dry-type and liquid-filled transformers. Based out of Monterrey, Mexico, Corefficient brings the value of people, technology and financial strength to the transformer core market. Our goal is to ensure the consistent delivery of exceptional service, and the company looks forward to building a new legacy of value to the core. If you’re in the market for innovative transformer core products to meet growing energy standards, contact Corefficient’s sales engineer today at: 1 (704) 236-2510.

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