Switchgear is critical for the protection and uninterrupted functioning of a high-voltage electric transmission and distribution system. Since ongoing energy transitions to a cleaner and greener future depend heavily on the power quality of the grid, GIS switchgears will see increased sales and replacements globally.
The legislative proposal to update F-gas Regulation 20141, released in April 2022, has a potentially significant impact on the sales of new High Voltage (HV) Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) Switchgear in the EU.
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