Contracts

Lackenby Substation Works

 

Power Systems Group is a branch office of Mitsubishi ElectricEurope B.V., a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Japan. PowerSystems Group is responsible for High Voltage Power Systems and services in Europe.

Mitsubishi Electric is a global leader in the research,manufacturing and marketing of electrical and electronic equipment used incommunications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy and transportation. Mitsubishi Electric is a world class manufacturer of electrical substation equipment and a trusted partner of utility companies in the globaland European energy market. With a focus on innovation we are well placed to support our customers in a fast changing modern energy market with tighter regulation, greater consideration of environmental issues and increasingdemands for energy.

At our European head office in Croydon, UK, Mitsubishi Electric Europe – Power System Group the technological strengths of the Mitsubishi Electric Corporation are combined with a proven track record in engineering design, project management and international construction learnt over threed ecades supplying international customers with state-of-the-art substation technology. We are experienced in the supply of turnkey substations with aparticular speciality in delivering Gas Insulated solutions.

Products include gas insulated switch gear, gas insulated circuit breakers, oil and gas insulated transformers, generator main circuit breakers, power electronics and electricity transmission technologies, protection and control systems.

Role on TeesRep Project – Design, Supply, Installation and commissioning of High Voltage electrical transmission equipment and auxiliary systems to enable the connection of the power station to the National Grid Transmission System.

Mechanical and Electrical Installation works.

Mechanical and Electrical Installation works.

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