The Triton Knoll Onshore Substation has a very important role to play in ensuring the power generated from the offshore wind farm can be transferred into the national grid and, ultimately, into our homes to power all of our electrical items.
There are many different components within the onshore substation each playing a key role in ensuring the power is converted into the correct voltage required for the national grid but did you know the onshore substation also has a big role to play in the operation and maintenance of the wind farm too?
In our new video, Triton Knoll Substations Package Manager, Jacob Hain, takes you on a tour of the onshore substation introducing the key components and detailing their purpose in transporting electricity but also ensuring that we can properly operate the offshore wind turbines.
Fancy taking a virtual tour of the Triton Knoll Onshore Substation? Click the image below to view the video and, if you have any comments or questions, do not hesitate to contact the team.