Nexans invites visitors to OTC 2015 to meet its experts on Booth 5553 to discover the latest developments in Direct Electrical Heating (DEH) technology for subsea flowlines.
Temporary site cables are custom-made, quick-connectable cables for temporary use in the high-voltage network, for example, during repair work on overhead lines or in transformer stations when converting networks.
The extension of Shanghai’s state power grid will be supported by a new 500 kV XLPE cable system to be supplied by Nexans.
Elia, the Belgian Transmission System Operator (TSO), will rely on Nexans extra-high voltage cable systems for the major Stevin project to reinforce Belgium’s high voltage power grid.
Regional trains in Australia will rely on Nexans cables after Bombardier Transportation awarded a contract for the Queensland New Generation Rollingstock Project.
Nexans’ customers will now get access to up to date regulatory information on Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) through a new online tool: Nexans Tracker.
The Norwegian and German power grids will be able to share green energy directly for the first time thanks to Nexans submarine HVDC (high voltage direct current) cables to be installed as part of the NordLink project.
Denmark’s Kriegers Flak offshore windfarm is to be securely connected to the national grid with Nexans’ 400 kV aluminium XLPE cables.
Statoil’s Visund oil and gas field is to benefit from standardised fast-track umbilicals developed by Nexans.
Nexans, world leader in DEH, was awarded the contract for complete system design and delivery of the subsea DEH system in 2012 following a comprehensive pre-engineering program
The inauguration of our High Voltage plant located in Goose Creek (near Charleston), South Carolina (USA) took place on October 8, 2014.
Two years after breaking ground for the construction of a new plant in South Carolina, Nexans today, officially celebrates the opening of its Goose Creek facility.
The Nexans High-Voltage team is proud to announce another milestone in the development of our new High Voltage plant. Continuing our commitment to excellence the plant has received its ISO 9001-2008 certification.
Two major North American Utilities; one American, and one Canadian, have engaged Nexans to provide high-voltage cable solutions for recent projects in Western Canada and the United States.
Nexans North America is growing. We are investing $15 Million into the expansion of our Low Voltage facility in Fergus, Ontario.
October 8th marks the Inauguration of the new High Voltage Plant near Charleston, SC
New power transmission line between Jandira and Cotia is the world’s first commercial installation of Lo-Sag™ conductors that use a carbon fiber composite core to save weight and double capacity.
Nexans has established a new Scientific Committee to boost innovation and further differentiate its cable products and technologies.
Airbus is relying on Nexans’ innovative cable technology. In a new, five-year, global supply contract, worth around Euro 200 million, Nexans will design, manufacture and supply 130,000 km of specialized cables for Airbus modern aircraft family from the single-aisle A320 Neo, the A350 series up to the flagship double-deck A380.
Oncor successfully completed a Department of Energy (DOE) Smart Grid Demonstration Program (SGDP) showing that the real-time information provided by Nexans’ Dynamic Line Rating (DLR) technology can make an important contribution to increasing the power carrying capacity of existing overhead line assets and reducing congestion.
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