Heimdall Power and TenneT TSO GmbH expand collaboration

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Brage Johansen


Two new contracts signed with the leading German TSO.

We are proud to announce that Heimdall Power is increasing the existing cooperation with TenneT in Germany.

Building on our already established partnership, the two parties have recently agreed upon two new contracts, one for capacity monitoring (DLR) and one for vibration monitoring.

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TenneT is already using Heimdall Power Neurons for vibration monitoring on multiple lines in Germany, while Dynamic Line Rating is a new use case in the collaboration.

A fresh batch of Neurons will soon be on their way to both the North and South of Germany. The gathered data will be contributing to TenneT’s continuous competence building on Dynamic Line Rating systems.

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Jørgen Festervoll, CEO at Heimdall Power is delighted about the expansion of the collaboration with TenneT:

“TenneT is one of the leading grid operator’s in the world and an important partner for Heimdall Power. I am excited about the expansion of our partnership into vibration monitoring, in addition to Physical Neurons for capacity monitoring. We are proud to cooperate with such a competent and agile partner.” 

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