Power and renewables

Emergency Restoration System

Emergency Restoration System

DNV GL’s solution for temporary power transmission lines

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Emergency Restoration System

Emergency Restoration System

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DNV GL’s solution for temporary power transmission lines

Brochure

Emergency Restoration System

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DNV GL’s solution for temporary power transmission lines

Emergency Restoration System

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Building on over 45 years of Emergency Restoration System (ERS) experience in the Netherlands, a country with one of the highest grid reliabilities in the world, DNV GL’s ERS is designed to restore power within hours at any voltage in any landscape and weather conditions. DNV GL’s Emergency Restoration System high-quality design is a result of deep technical knowledge, critical customer feedback and in-field requirements of contractors. Our Emergency Restoration System has successfully been deployed by numerous Transmission System Operators (TSOs) and Overhead Line (OHL) contractors around the world. Our Emergency Restoration System found is in use by more than 20 customers all over the world.

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Emergency Restoration System

Emergency Restoration System

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DNV GL’s solution for temporary power transmission lines