|Operator||China Southern Power Grid|
|Manufacturer of substations||ABB|
|Type||overhead transmission line|
|Type of current||HVDC|
|Total length||1,046 km (650 mi)|
|Power rating||1,200 MW|
|AC Voltage||500 kV (both ends)|
|DC Voltage||±500 kV|
|Number of poles||2|
The HVDC Gezhouba–Shanghai is a high voltage direct current electric power transmission system between Gezhouba and Nanqiao near Shanghai, China put in service in 1989. The bipolar 1,046-kilometre (650 mi) line is rated at 500 kV and a maximum power of 1,200 MW.
Between 2008 and 2011 the towers of the most part of the line, which were almost guyed towers capable of carrying two conductors were replaced by new free-standing line towers for 4 conductors in order to install the conductors for the HVDC Hubei-Shanghai on them. This 970 km long line, which is also a bipolar HVDC with an operating voltage of 500 kV runs from Jingmen to Fenjing and has a transmission capacity of 3000 MW.
The grounding electrode of HVDC Hubei-Shanghai at Chujiahu is also used by HVDC Three Gorges-Changzhou.
|China - Gezhouba Static Inverter Plant ( GeSha)|
|China - Jingmen Static Inverter Plant ( HVDC Hubei - Shanghai)|
|China - Chujiahu Grounding Electrode ( HVDC Hubei - Shanghai)|
|China - Liufangtei HVDC Gezhouba–Shanghai HVDC Hubei - Shanghai Split|
|China - HVDC Gezhouba - Shanghai (old) - Maiyuan PLC-Repeating Station|
|China - Fenjing HVDC Gezhouba–Shanghai HVDC Hubei - Shanghai Split|
|China - Fenjing Static Inverter Plant ( HVDC Hubei - Shanghai)|
|China - Nan Qiao Static Inverter Plant ( GeSha)|
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