The Louvre in Abu Dhabi

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.

The Louvre in Abu Dhabi

Designed as a seemingly floating dome having a honeycomb structure and a dense network of corridors and channels which draw the water of the Persic Gulf it is meant to represent "rays of sunlight passing through date palm fronds in an oasis". In the inside you can find great masterpieces such as "La Belle Ferronière" by Leonardo da Vinci or a self-portrait of Vincent van Gogh.

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  • To meet the specific requirements of the project, Tesar provided a custom-made solution with high-quality standards.

    • 10 installed cast resin transformers in total
    • Design adapted to customers needs
    • Uninterrupted power supply 24/7
    • In compliance with strict climatic conditions
  • "With our transformers installed in further landmark projects in the Middle East, Tesar cast resin transformers are known for highest reliability in areas with extreme climatic conditions", Ms. Egizia Maffucci, Sales Director Middle East, explained one of the reasons why Tesar got awarded with this project.

    Tesar, with far more than 100’000 transformer installations worldwide has a strong focus on the Middle East. "As one of our most important regions, Tesar is strengthening its footprint in Abu Dhabi and Dubai with additional resources in project handling and service" announced Matteo Angolini. "That way Tesar will be able to further improve its customer service in the region for the future".

    Tesar is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider in selected niches for power products. With manufacturing facilities and offices in Europe, Middle East and South America R&S is a major supplier of transformers and switches for customers in the utility, industry and infrastructure sector.