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Back in 2016, eMining, a sub-company of the Swiss companies Lithium Storage GmbH and Kuhn AG, was asked to construct the biggest electric vehicle in the world. The so-called eDumper is now in operation and brings raw material from the stone quarry "La Tscharner" in Switzerland to a deeper located conveyor system. At the end of each day, the eDumper is plugged into a 600V/100KW connector from Rauscher & Stoecklin to recharge or to feed the grid with the generated energy.
Two coupling transformers were put into operation at a height of 2’939m in the Matterhorn region of Switzerland. The complex transport operation started in the early morning in order to prevent any disturbance of the visitors. With the help of the local ropeway, the transformers reached their final destination at a height of 2’939m.
In view to the development plan of the public transport that will connect 3 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area of Casablanca by 2030, a new tram line and an extension of an existing tram line were introduced. To make sure the tram lines are supplied with power and bring you comfortably from destination to destination, Tesar provided not only cast resin transformers but also oil immersed transformers.
With a view to increasing the traffic volume of the Swiss-Italian Gotthard corridor, a new substation for electrical power (SSE) has been built in Chiasso (CO) on the border between Italy and Switzerland, operating since 27 May 2018. The purpose of this SSE is the AC/DC conversion for the powering of trains circulating in the Swiss railway networks.
After years of construction the Louvre in Abu Dhabi was inaugurated in November 2017. In order to keep your visit as pleasant as possible and the antique work of art well-tempered in perfect atmospheric humidity so it will remain for the next generations, uninterrupted power supply is crucial.
During the night between 20 and 21 March 2018, the new Muscat International Airport in Oman was put into operation. Spread across an area of 335.000 sqm, the new airport is able to handle more than 20 million passengers per year, with plans to increase the capacity up to 48 million in the future.