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The World’s Most Remarkable Transmission Structures

June 16, 2014 • Article of the week, Silicone Technology Review, Transmission Structures, Utility Practice & Experience

Towers of power … over 20 years INMR has seen more than its share. During production of our 100 issues to date, we’ve traveled to power lines in more than 60 countries – across searing deserts, through thick rain forests, traversing dense urban areas, crossing towering mountains and dotted along diverse...

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Slimmer Transmission Towers

November 6, 2013 • ARTICLE ARCHIVE, Transmission Structures, Utility Practice & Experience

  As one of the world’s most densely populated countries, Holland is a place where new transmission lines are not only difficult but also very costly to...

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An Uncommon Tower

November 6, 2013 • ARTICLE ARCHIVE, Transmission Structures, Utility Practice & Experience

  This gargantuan tower on an EHV line bringing power to the metropolis of Shanghai is of a type not seen very often. The phase transposition engineered into...

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Growing Role for Aesthetics in Line Design

October 18, 2013 • ARTICLE ARCHIVE, Editorial by Marvin, Editorial Columns, Transmission Structures

In most countries of the developing world, power lines are still being built without much regard for or consultation with the communities being affected....

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Finnish Design on Show with Costly but Outstanding Towers

October 9, 2013 • ARTICLE ARCHIVE, Photo of the week, Transmission Structures

The Nordic country of Finland has always been proud of its history of design excellence, perhaps no better exemplified by its world famous architect and...

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Colossal Towers in Spain Have Become Landmarks

October 2, 2013 • ARTICLE ARCHIVE, Photo of the week, Transmission Structures

The southern coastal city of Cadiz is from where Columbus set out on his epic voyage of discovery in 1492. Had he departed some four and a half centuries...

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Y Tubular Towers on 500 kV Line Through Arizona Desert

September 18, 2013 • Photo of the week, Transmission Structures

The 500 kV Mead-Phoenix Project, energized in late 1995, runs over 250 miles (400 km) from the Marketplace Substation in southern Nevada to a switchyard...

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