News Update

FaultCurrent’s prototype passes short-circuit fault testing at KEMA

FaultCurrent’s full scale 11kV prototype Passive Magnetic Fault Current Limiter (pmFCL) has successfully passed a series of rigorous short-circuit fault tests.  The tests, undertaken at KEMA’s laboratories in the Netherlands, were performed at both 50 and 60Hz and have proven not only the concept but also the pmFCL’s suitability for global applications.

FaultCurrent completes a 3 year DECC funded development

FaultCurrent, a recipient of support from the UK’s Department of Energy & Climate Change’s Energy Entrepreneurs Fund (EEF) has successfully completed a 3 year program to build and prove the viability of a Passive Magnet Fault Current Limiter (pmFCL).

FaultCurrent to attend LCNI 2016 in Manchester

FaultCurrent will be attending the Energy Networks Association’s Low Carbon Network Innovation (LCNI) exhibition and conference in Manchester between the 11th and 13th October 2016.