The ±600 kVCC Madeira Transmission Line, known as Linhão do Madeira, is the world’s longest High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission line, with 2,385 kilometers. It crosses Brazil from north to southest, connecting Porto Velho Collector Substation in the state of Rondônia to Araraquara-2 Substation in the state of São Paulo. This magnificent transmission line was placed into commercial operation on November 26th, 2013.
|Auftraggeber||IE Madeira Consortium and Schahin|
|Standort||Porto Velho - State of Rondônia, Brazil|