Microalloyed Copper Overhead Line Conductors

August 2014
POWERGRID International;Aug2014, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p30
The article discusses the substantial and contradictory challenges faced by transmission network operators. Topics discussed include the location of power stations of renewable energy in remote areas, the low resistance against the construction of new overhead lines, and the increasing focus on the energy efficiency of the transmission line.


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