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<strong>Online the latest Testingly issue, the KEMA Labs Magazine</strong>
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21 . 12 . 2022
Online the latest Testingly issue, the KEMA Labs Magazine
The new issue of Testingly, the KEMA Labs Magazine, is now available online, at this link. Testingly, with the title “2022 CIGRE, green to market strategy: what’s next?”   is dedicated to the main discussions on innovation held during the Cigrè 2022 in Paris. We decided to focus on such important topic that bring to the […]
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KEMA Labs protagonist at INMR Berlin 2022
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19 . 10 . 2022
KEMA Labs protagonist at INMR Berlin 2022
From October, 16th to 19th, KEMA Labs has been at 2022 INMR world Congress in Berlin. Our experts have welcomed all participants to our booth and presented, in two different sessions, our experience in the laboratory tests and in testing extruded cable systems up to 525 kV DC. In particular, Heiko Jahn explained the new […]
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Preserving LV panels and cables: tests by KEMA Labs
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16 . 09 . 2022
Preserving LV panels and cables: tests by KEMA Labs
It is key to guarantee the safety of low-voltage (LV) panels and cables, which are used in large industrial and residential applications
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Grid flexibility and RES integration
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14 . 09 . 2022
Grid flexibility and RES integration
Through the Flex Power Grid Laboratory in Arnhem, The Netherlands, KEMA Labs (our Testing, Inspection and Certification Division) offers system-level battery testing
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TOV Test on a 525kV DC Cable System: Interview with Heiko Jahn, KEMA Labs Principal Engineer and Special Projects Coordinator
Interview
09 . 09 . 2022
TOV Test on a 525kV DC Cable System: Interview with Heiko Jahn, KEMA Labs Principal Engineer and Special Projects Coordinator
Interview with Heiko Jahn, PM in the KEMA Labs the first TOV (Transient Over Voltage) test on a 525kV DC Cable System
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KEMA Labs tests on three-phase current limiting reactors
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24 . 08 . 2022
KEMA Labs tests on three-phase current limiting reactors
KEMA Labs (the CESI TIC Division) has recently tested two types of starting reactors according to IEC 60076-6 and GOST 14794-79
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