|From||Kollsnes Static Inverter Plant|
|Passes through||North Sea|
|To||Troll A platform|
|Manufacturer of conductor/cable||ABB|
|Expected||2015 (3rd and 4th line)|
|Commissioned||2005 (1st and 2nd line)|
|Type||Submarine power cable|
|Type of current||HVDC|
|Total length||68 km (42 mi)|
|Power rating||84 MW
184 MW (after 2015)
|AC voltage||132 kV (Kollsnes)
56 kV (Troll)
|DC voltage||±60 kV|
|No. of poles||2|
|No. of circuits||2|
The HVDC Troll is a bipolar high-voltage direct current (HVDC) electric power transmission line for the supply of the gas compressor station on the offshore construction work Troll A platform. It consists of dual set of a 68-kilometre (42 mi) long bipolar submarine cable designed for ±60 kV between the inverter at the Troll A platform and the static rectifier station at Kollsnes in Norway. The HVDC Troll has a maximum transmission rate of 84 megawatt.
In 2013 work started on a new rectifier station at Kollsnes for supplying the two new compressors being installed on Troll A.
|Kollsnes Static Inverter Plant|
|Offshore platform Troll A|
- Troll HVDC Light transmission, Norway, The ABB Group.
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