VSC-HVDC Transmission

Compared to LCC-HVDC transmission, VSC-HVDC transmission has no limitation in minimum short circuit capacity, and thus it can be used in grid interconnection or directly connected to weak grids, such as power supply to island, city center infeed and decoupling to urban grid.

Based on its strong technical background and vast experience over HVDC transmission project, NR provides distinct VSC-HVDC solution with KEMA certified control & protection system to accomplish special purpose applications for our clients.

VSC-HVDC Transmission

Features

  • In-house system study and system design capability base on experienced team and state of the art facility
  • High quality products compatible with international standard certified by KEMA
  • Comprehensive factory acceptance test to ensure performance before delivery base on world-class test lab
  • Sophisticated service team and qualified project managers to accomplish construction management, site commissioning, maintenance and training
  • Mature quality control and HSE management system through whole lifecycle

Case Study

Zhoushan five-terminal VSC-HVDC Project

Zhoushan islands include Dinhai, Daishan, Qushan, Yangshan and Sijiao five main islandsIn order to improve the system stability, State Grid Company of China(SGCC) keeps to find the solution to improve the reliability of Zhoushan Grid. Considering advantages of VSC-HVDC, five-terminal VSC-HVDC was chosen as final solution. It was put into service in July, 2014 and is the first and only five-terminal HVDC project worldwide up to date. [View More...]

Service

NR actively involves in each HVDC project and provides VSC-HVDC “All-in-One” Package to global users, covering system study, system integration, factory acceptance tests, site commissioning and maintenance. We believe that all these professional engineering services will finally lead to the success to each individual project.
Phase-I: (Conceptual)
  • Conceptual design
  • Systems studies
  • Equipment specifications
  • Bid documents
  • Selection of vendors
Phase-II: Design & Installation Phase
  • Review of design drawings
  • Permits and approvals
  • Equipment installation
  • System startup
  • Testing / commissioning
Phase-III: Operation Phase
  • Operator training
  • System operation & maintenance