Sumgayit Technology Park (STP) has carried out large-scale deliveries of 110 kV cable to Kazakhstan for the construction and reconstruction of the existing BURIL substation.
A report from Trend News Agency said that cables are to be used for reconstruction work in the Rogun hydroelectric power station. The enterprise dispatched two types of cables: control cables and low-voltage cables. The substation provides electricity to a part of the third largest residential settlement in the southern Kazakhstan region in the city of Shymkent.
STP’s cable has been exported to Tajikistan per a deal the company has with “Tajikgidroenergoproekt” JSC for the reconstruction of the “Ravshan” substation. Export contracts have also been signed for the supply of cable products to Georgia and Kyrgyzstan, and a significant portion of those orders has been completed.
STP makes high-voltage cables, including voltages of 220, 330 and 500 kV, at its facilities in The Technology Park, which is the largest enterprise implementing new infrastructure projects in the power industry of Azerbaijan. At its website, STP, which was launched in 2009, notes that it is a multilateral enterprise that offers a wide range of cables as well as transformers, high-voltage equipment, hydraulic turbines, water pumps, electric motors, pipes, technical gases.