27 August 2019
Visiongain’s has launched a new energy report Top 20 Gas Insulated Substation (GIS) Companies 2019: Profiles of Leading Companies Operating Within this Market Space with Financial and Market Share Analysis.
The Gas Insulated Substation (GIS) is a compact assembly consisting of multiple components enclosed in a metallic covering with compressed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) gas as an insulating medium. The concept of the gas insulated substation was introduced in 1920 when oil was used as the insulating medium in the system
A substation is considered as one of the vital elements of power system infrastructure. Presently there are two types of substations primarily being used: Air Insulated Substation (AIS) and Gas Insulated Substation (GIS).
In the past few years, demand for gas insulated substation has gained wide momentum across several countries. It is mainly due to its compact design and high-reliability index as compared to its counterpart air insulated substation (AIS).
The Visiongain report analyst commented "With increasing concerns over energy security and carbon emission issues, there has been a significant increase in the adoption of renewable and nuclear sources for power generation. Increasing energy demand in several developing countries is, therefore, augmenting the demand for gas insulated substation (GIS)."
Leading companies featured in the report who are developing Gas Insulated Substation (GIS) include Alstom, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Hyundai Electric, Elsewedy Electric Co, Crompton Greaves Limited, CHEM, Meidensha Corporation, Nissin Electric, Hyosung, Mistras Group, Hitachi, ABB, General Electric, Siemens, Mitsubishi Electric, Fuji Electric, Toshiba Corporation, Schneider Electric, Larsen & Toubro and Eaton Electric.
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