At 1:40 pm on October 14, 2021 at 220kV Substation AMACAO Quang Tri 1 wind power plant, 63MVA 225/35kV transformer designed and manufactured by Dong Anh Electrical Equipment Corporation was closed.
AMACCAO Quang Tri 1 wind power plant project has a capacity of 49.2 MW with a total investment of more than VND 2,000 billion. The project was implemented in Xuan Hoa district, Quang Tri province. The project was started in the first quarter of 2021.
Dong Anh Electrical Equipment Corporation (EEMC) is a unit trusted by AMACCAO Group to supply the main transformer 63MVA 225/35kV for the project. The supply contract was signed by the two sides on September 10, 2021. According to the contract, the time for design, fabrication and transportation, installation and calibratation experiments to bring the transformer into power closure at the substation is 45 days.
Knowing the urgent nature of the project and contributing to sharing the concerns of the investor, EEMC leaders were determined to complete the project as soon as possible. The resources are given the highest priority for this project. Although the project implemented during the covid 19 epidemic period is complicated, all EEMC staffs and employees have made efforts to implement reasonable production organization, ensure the safety of epidemic prevention, coordinate smoothly with the Investor and transport units, experiment.. work day and night to speed up the project's power closure.
The 63MVA 225/35kV transformer was shut down on October 14, 2021, 10 days ahead of the committed schedule. The total time EEMC performs contracts from design, fabrication to installation transportation, calibrated experiments and MBA power closures is 35 days – a very impressive number. This is an important milestone, affirming the design and manufacturing capacity of EEMC transmission transformers.
According to the representative of AMACCAO Group, the progress of supplying and closing transformers 63MVA 225/35kV is extremely important, ensuring cod project before the deadline of 30/10/2021. The success of the project will add capacity to the national grid, contributing to ensuring enough electricity for socio-economic development.