Distributing energy the sustainable way
- E.ON is committed to becoming fossil fuel-free by 2025 and cutting the risk of greenhouse gas emissions.
- SF₆ is a man-made greenhouse gas which is commonly used in electrical switchgear.
- To take a step towards a more sustainable and greener network, E.ON decided to look for an SF₆-free replacement for their switchgear.
Connected products: SF6-free switchgear, PowerLogic T300
- Our new SF₆-free switchgear technology was chosen for a pilot project in Norrköping.
- The switchgear met all of E.ON’s expectations, including environmental friendliness, compliance with the energy transition happening in Sweden, high safety, and interoperability with their existing equipment.
- Together with the SF₆-free switchgear, E.ON. has also implemented the PowerLogic T300 remote terminal unit (RTU) to gain greater insight into network operations.
- Implementing the SF₆-free switchgear is a huge step forward for E.ON towards a more sustainable, greenhouse gas-free distribution network.
- Greater insight into network operations enabled early fault detection, improved reliability across the grid, and allowed for more effective, better-planned maintenance operations.
Discover more about the SF₆-free E.ON project winning an enerTIC Award
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