POC-MAST The innovative grid connection solution

Wednesday 27th November 2019
14:15  -  14:45

Theatre :  Flexible Power Zone 

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Connecting to the grid can be costly and time consuming, but the team at Freedom have developed a solution which facilitates quicker more cost effective connections on 33kV to 132kV. The POC-MAST™ (Point of Connection) grid connection solution is an award-winning innovative solution that has been developed by our inhouse design team.  It provides an easy to install, safe and cost-effective method of connecting to an existing overhead line tower which enables developers to achieve a viable point of connection for their schemes.

This patented solution has been designed to provide significant health and safety, installation, maintenance, environmental and cost benefits. It is suitable for connecting to overhead lines from 33kV upwards on load, generation or battery storage schemes, and can connect to either tension or suspension towers using a tee in or loop in loop out configuration.

Join this session to learn how the POC-MAST™ can make the difference to your project and facilitate your returns being realised sooner.

Martin BucklandMartin Buckland Managing Director
Freedom Group
matt-pryorMatt Pryor Technical Manager - Overhead Lines
Freedom Group

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