Project for Slovakian transmission system operator SEPS

Plzeň, Czech Republic, November 2018 – The Slovakian installation company Alter Energo assigned SERW with the delivery of multiple 420 kV disconnectors and earthing switches for the main transmission system operator in Slovakia SEPS. The project, located in Podunajské Biskupice, a borough of Bratislava, is very interesting from a view that the previous supplier of disconnectors and earthing switches was changed during the running project.

The first two stages of the project were delivered by another manufacturer. Due to the lack of service work provided, SEPS and Alter Energo agreed to replace the company for the last stage of the project. SERW convinced the companies to trust them as their new manufacturer by presenting them successful reference projects for ČEPS, the main Czech transmission system operator.

The project includes the delivery and service work of following equipment:
• 33 single-phase 420 kV pantograph disconnectors with motor drives
• 9 single-phase 420 kV vertical disconnectors with motor drives
• 9 single-phase 420 kV earthing switches with motor drives
• Project value about 430’000 Euro

Along with another running project in Slovakia in the region Spišská Nová Ves, SERW takes the chance and further penetrates the Slovakian market.

We would like to use the last two projects for SEPS (Spišská Nová Ves and Podunajské Biskupice) as a base to get back into the Slovakian market and to get a bigger market share in the nearest future.

– Pavel Chaluš, sales director at SERW

About SERW
SERW is part of the Swiss-based R&S Group, a leading provider in selected niches for power products. Founded in 1993 from the Skoda factory, SERW has developed into one of the leading switching device manufacturers in Europe. Thanks to many years of experience in the field of power products with a focus on switching devices, SERW is a competent and reliable partner for customers all over the world.

  • Czech Substation
  • Substation with switches
  • Disconnectors at substation