Company Overview of Nidec ASI S.p.A.
Nidec ASI S.p.A. manufactures and supplies electronic power generation and industrial automation systems. It offers electric power and control systems, electric motors and generators, LV and MV drives, and power supply and power quality components. The company also provides low and medium voltage drives; excitation systems; medium voltage softstarters; power quality systems; electric motors and generators, including AC induction, synchronous, permanent magnet, explosion proof, and DC machines; and an integrated platform for automation control systems. In addition, it offers engineering, project management, commissioning and start up, energy efficiency assessments, long term maintenance agree...
Viale Sarca, 336
Milan, MI 20126
Founded in 1853
Key Executives for Nidec ASI S.p.A.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Nidec ASI S.p.A. Key Developments
Nidec ASI Receives Contract by STEAG for EUR 70 Million
Nov 9 15
Nidec ASI recently signed a contract worth over EUR 70 million with STEAG for the supply of a multi system of energy storage with a total capacity of 90 MW. This system, based on Nidec ASI energy conversion solutions, will use batteries supplied by LG Chem to store electrical energy, which the utility will use to ensure the stability of Germany's electricity network. Nidec ASI will take on the role of Main Contractor (EPC), responsible for the installation and commissioning of the plants. Every Nidec ASI system will provide six 15 MW systems, each containing 5 units of 3 MW. All systems consist of power converters, a transformer, batteries and the control system -- a key element for energy management -- which are mounted inside the container for easy transportation and installation in a 'plug and play' solution. For the project commissioned by STEAG, Nidec ASI will install the systems in North-Rhine-Westphalia and Saarland, two key regions of Germany.
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