The world’s first 1100-kV UHVDC (ultra high voltage direct current) transmission line took final shape on Sunday as the last large-span tower was completed over the Yangtze River in east China’s Anhui Province.
The transmission line starts from the Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, and ends in the town of Guquan, Wuhu City in east China’s Anhui. It passes through six provinces and an autonomous region, totaling 3304.7 kilometers, and has a transmission capacity of 12 million kw.
This UHVDC power transmission project has the highest voltage, biggest transmission capacity, the longest transmission distance and the most advanced in technology in the world.
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