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FEATURE SPONSOR


SPOTLIGHT ON IRELAND


GLOBAL WIND ALLIANCE MEMBER NOW DEALS WITH UP TO 275KV LINES


Avex Cable Jointing Ltd is based in Northern Ireland and provides cable jointing expertise for the UK and Ireland market who are members of the Global Wind Alliance


SPECIALIST SERVICE


The company provides this specialist service as part of the overall O&M services offered by the GWA. They have recently broadened their service offering to include Extra High Voltage (EHV) jointing and terminating up to 275kV.


TRANSFORMING


THE FUTURE Harland and Wolff are bringing 150 years of shipbuilding experience to the design of both HV/AC and HV/DC offshore windfarm substations.


FEATURING EUROPE’S LARGEST DRY DOCK 4 ISO 9001 4 ISO 14001 4 OHSAS 18001


GROWING DEMAND


This development was driven by a growing demand for EHV jointing capability for new build wind farms and associated substation upgrades. This required considerable investment in manpower and equipment.


NEW EHV TEAM


The new EHV jointing team joins Avex’s existing HV jointing teams, which provides cable jointing and testing services up to 33kV for new build wind farms throughout the UK and Ireland.


For existing wind farm operators, Avex can provide emergency cable fault location, repair and testing services.


Avex Cable Jointing Ltd www.globalwindalliance.com


Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd Queen’s Island, Belfast BT3 9DU, Northern Ireland


T: +44 (0) 28 9045 8456 M: +44 (0) 7976 897 850 E: LawrenceC@harland-wolff.com www.harland-wolff.com


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