Companies in South-East Asia are interested in adopting Streamer technologies
In September, Streamer took part in two major energy exhibitions covering power production and distribution in South-East Asia and the Pacific Region.
The theme of the Power-Gen Asia expo held on the 20th of September 2018 in Jakarta the capital of Indonesia, was power generation. CEPSI-2018this year was hosted in the Malaysian metropolis of Kuala Lumpur under the motto of "Re-imagining Utilities of the Future". The slogan was not chosen at random: as technologies are developing, energy becomes more complex and features more and more small parts and electronic systems that need to be protected from harmful environmental influences. The key element of any complex modern systems is safety, that is why efficient protection technologies are becoming more popular and their introduction is of particular relevance and importance.
At the exhibitions Streamer demonstrated its recent innovations – multi-chamber LLPDs for up to 69 kV and higher voltage, and products of partner companies: high-tech equipment for continuous drying of paper insulation for oil-filled transformers TRANSEC power transformers monitoring systems. CL short-circuit indicators (designed by A-TREE Research & Development Company Ltd.) were also demonstrated at Power-Gen Asia.
"TRANSEC products were very popular among expo visitors in Jakarta," Streamer Product Manager Mikhail Zhitenev said. "This year, the absolute majority of Power-Gen Asia visitors were represented by Indonesian generating companies which is due to the principles of energy sector organization in the country. Modern equipment reducing production costs were of interest for many guests."
In Malaysia, Streamer products are already well known. Recently, Streamer has successfully completed a pilot project to equip 9 km transmission line owned by the largest power grid company in the country, Tenaga National Berhard, with new multi-chamber LLPDs. "Representatives from different companies came to our booth and said they had already known our products having Streamer's LLPDs in pilot operation. Everyone emphasized that they were very happy with the result of the collaboration and in the future planned to equip longer sections of transmission lines", Marketing manager Tatiana Bezgodova said. But there were also those to know Streamer's innovations for the first time: Malaysia is a big country with lots of private power grid companies. Such visitors were shown detailed presentations with demonstration of product prototypes.
Both exhibitions were a success for Streamer. "We have set numerous prospective contacts which in future have all potentials to transform into interesting joint projects and mutually beneficial business cooperation. End-users keen interest in Streamer's innovations shows large potential demand for our products and demonstrates the prospects of developing Southeast Asian and Pacific market", Mikhail Zhitenev said.