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Locamation signs MoU with Liaoning for Shenzhen Low Carbon City project in China
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Locamation signs MoU with Liaoning for Shenzhen Low Carbon City project in China

Posted by Anita PodsiadloApril 6, 2015

Locamation B.V. is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Liaoning Construction of Power Transmission & Transformation Project Co. Ltd. (Liaoning) during an official ceremony in Shenzhen, China. The MoU confirms their exclusive cooperation for the supply of substation automation and smart grid technology for the Shenzhen Low Carbon City Project. The MoU was signed during a special trade mission, led by Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte, who facilitated the official ceremony and witnessed the signing of the agreement.

The exclusive agreement covers the supply and installation for the Shenzhen Low Carbon City Project, where both parties have agreed to take part in an innovation consortium. The MoU was officially signed by Mr Jia Wu of Liaoning Construction of Power Transmission & Transformation Project Co. Ltd. and Pascal Bleeker, chief operating officer of Locamation B.V. Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte is in China this week for bilateral trade and innovation talks between the business communities of both nations.

locamationThe Shenzhen region has been earmarked by the Chinese government as the country’s most innovative region. Locamation is proud to be able to have its products to be installed in this region.

“We are happy with the backing of our prime minister, who provided personal support to allow the partnership with Liaoning to succeed,” Pascal Bleeker said after the official signing ceremony.

Locamation is a global provider of smart grid enabling substation automation technology. The company aims to offer power network operators a simple, flexible and easy to upgrade solution that allow high, medium and low voltage networks to become intelligent.

The company’s SAS2000 and SASensor solutions have achieved more than 4 million operating hours with thousands of installed devices worldwide; giving network operators access to a future-proof network of easy upgradeable software and proven long-life hardware. The SASensor solution replaces thousands of existing installed fast ageing devices with five basic hardware components, regardless of the age or original primary installation vendor.

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