Taihan announced on Aug. 30 that it is introducing its ultra-high voltage project and strategic products at the CIGRE Session 2022, which was held in Paris, France from Aug. 28 to Sept. 2.
CIGRE is the largest international organization in the field of power transmission and distribution, which began in Paris, France in 1921, with over 100 member countries, 1,200 institutions (including corporations, universities, research groups, etc.) and more than 15,000 experts participating in the technological development of the power industry.
It holds academic conference and exhibition every two years to share the latest technology and research achievements and lead the technical standards of the power energy industry.
This year's exhibition was held in four years due to COVID-19.
At this exhibition, Taihan attracted visitors by introducing its flagship products and strategic products such as ultra-high voltage cables, submarine cables, and HVDC (super high voltage direct transmission) with various voltages including 500kV.
\The 500kV ultra-high voltage cable is the highest voltage underground cable currently commercialized. Taihan has the first commercial record in North America as well as the first commercial record in Korea.
In addition, after the full-fledged entry into Europe in 2017, it emphasized competitiveness in the global market by unveiling the results of orders from many European countries such as the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden and the achievements in the US market
The company also provided a corner for new equipment and products that can enhance stability and convenience during cable construction, and introduced engineering capabilities.
The event was attended by a number of research and development personnel from the Technology Research Institute, including CEO Na Hyung-kyun and sales marketing personnel from corporations and branches in Europe.
As it is a place for information exchange in which the electric power energy industry and academia are all involved, the company plans to secure a network and expand the market by using its technology and sales force.
CEO Na Hyung-gyun was invited to the CEO Forum held on Aug. 29, and met with CEOs of more than 100 companies around the world to exchange opinions on global energy trends and mid- to long-term directions of companies.
“Taihan has been continuing to strengthen its global competitiveness based on the stable governance structure secured since it was incorporated into the Hoban Group,” said CEO Na. “We plan to continue to secure growth engines through expanding the market of ultra-high voltage cable systems already recognized in the global market and entering the market of strategic products such as submarine cables and HVDCs.”