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HVDC Sileru-Barsoor

The HVDC Sileru–Barsoor is a high voltage direct current transmission system between Sileru, India and Barsoor, India, which went in service in 1989 as the first HVDC line in India. The HVDC Sileru–Barsoor is a bipolar HVDC with a voltage of 200 kV and a transmission rate of 400 megawatts. The HVDC Sileru Barsoor couples two asynchronously operated parts of Indian electricity mains over a 196 kilometers long overhead line, which was originally a double-circuit 220 kV AC line from which three conductors are parallelized.

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Sileru Static Inverter Plant 52|01|N|81|39|21|E|type:landmark name=Sileru-Barsoor Transmission - Sileru Static Inverter Plant

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Barsoor Static Inverter Plant 8|20|N|81|23|47|E|type:landmark name=Sileru-Barsoor Transmission - Barsoor Static Inverter Plant

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External links

  • Bonneville Power Administration info. page


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