Siemens Energy hired to reinforce Norway's grid

The German company has signed an agreement to supply services and transmissions products to numerous substations in Southern Norway's Sør-Rogaland region. 

Photo: Carsten Andreasen/DEBAT

Siemens Energy and Norwegian transmission system operator Lyse Elnett have signed a framework agreement to strengthen the country's electrical network, the German company writes in a statement.

By adding new substations and modernizing existing installations, the TSO will bolster its ability to handle the challenges of rising energy demand and the "volatile feed-in of renewables".

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