Home Siemens HVDC power bridge will connect Crete with mainland Greece A consortium led by Siemens Gas and Power (Siemens Energy) has been awarded a

A consortium led by Siemens Gas and Power (Siemens Energy) has been awarded a

Siemens HVDC power bridge will connect Crete with mainland Greece

A consortium led by Siemens Gas and Power (Siemens Energy) has been awarded a turnkey contract for two converter stations for the Greek high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) link that will connect Crete, Greece’s largest and most populous island, with the mainland of Greece. The project will enable an exchange of electricity of up to 1,000 megawatts (MW) to enhance reliability of the power supply and facilitate integration of renewable energy sources in the power grid. Customer is Ariadne Interconnection S.P.S.A., a wholly owned entity of the Greek independent power transmission operator IPTO. Commissioning of the interconnector is scheduled for mid-2023. Total order volume for the consortium is €370 million.


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Siemens HVDC power bridge will connect Crete with mainland Greece

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