extra-high voltage


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ex·tra-high voltage

(ĕk′strə-hī′)
n. Abbr. EHV
A voltage higher than 230 kilovolts.
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AEP owns the nations largest electricity transmission system, a more than 40,000-mile network that includes more 765-kilovolt extra-high voltage transmission lines than all other U.
5bn Wind Catcher Energy Connection that also includes an approximately 350-mile dedicated, extra-high voltage power line.
The company owns the nation's largest electricity transmission system, a more than 40,000-mile network that includes more 765-kilovolt extra-high voltage transmission lines than all other US transmission systems combined.
An SEC subcommittee will decide whether the 192-mile, extra-high voltage project will go ahead.
During the past eleven years, the Company has completed 96% of the national plan for interconnecting the national network with the extra-high voltage 380 KV network which resulted in power being supplied to the entire regions of the Kingdom through the power transmission network," said Chief Executive Officer Ali Ibn Al-Barrack in the report.
In January, it was reported that the company bagged an order for suppllying extra-high voltage cables to Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS).
Its transmission grid comprises about 200 primary high-voltage and extra-high voltage substations as well as hundreds of kilometers of overhead lines and underground cables.
Its transmission grid comprises about 200 primary high-voltage and extra-high voltage sub-stations as well as hundreds of kilometres of overhead lines and underground cables.
The company performed in line with expectations in 2010 and the integration of German extra-high voltage network operator Transpower has advanced according to schedule, which contributed to the rating affirmation, the agency noted.
Kahramaa's transmission grid comprises about 200 primary high-voltage and extra-high voltage substations.
Wind-generated electricity from the upper Midwest will become cost-competitive when connected to the nation's electricity grid via new extra-high voltage transmission lines, a new study by The Brattle Group concludes.

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