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Eemshaven NorNed Static Inverter Hall

Robbenplaatweg
Eemsmond Netherlands

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began2005
  Finished2008
Floor Count1
Building Uses
 - electrical
Structural Types
 - lowrise
Materials
 - steel
 - concrete, reinforced

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof66 ft

Description
In Eemshaven NorNed Static Inverter Hall there is
the Dutch static inverter of NorNed, the bipolar 450 kV HVDC cable, which runs from Feda in
Norway to Eemshaven in the Netherlands. The cable of NorNed is with a length of 580 km
world's longest submarine power cable.

NorNed Static Inverter Hall contains in opposite to the static inverter halls at most other HVDC
facilities not only the static inverter, but the whole equipment of the station. All powerlines running
to the building are built as underground cables, so NorNed Static Inverter Hall does not look like
a typical switchyard.

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