GE Energy provides low-voltage technology for Spanish electricity
in the face of emerging standards to increase electrical stability, iberdrolarenovables, Spain's largest wind farm in the world, chose geenergy electrical integration technology to upgrade GE's 1.5MW wind turbine generators for its wind farms in castillalamancha, Murcia and Rioja regions of Spain
geenergy will use a new frequency converter equipped with its patented low-voltage ride thru technology to equip the existing 290 ge1.5mw wind turbine generators in the wind farm, and realize the non-interference operation of wind turbine generators in the upgrading process through electrical interference technologyVictorabate, vice president of renewable energy of geenergy, said, "the Spanish public will have a direct impact on the performance and failure of the oil pump. At present, the company has increased the demand for wind power generation. At present, without upgrading, wind turbine generators do not provide long-term high-quality power supply for specific power requirements that are more beautiful than painting."
this project, which works with iberdrolarenovables equipment features to draw experimental music in real time, marks GE's first low-voltage ride thru technology upgrade of wind turbine generators in Europe, and GE's field operation team in Spain will carry out installation business