Mersen: order worth more that €2 million

Mersen signs an order worth more than €2 million to equip the world’s two largest power conversion stations

Paris, March 24, 2021 - Mersen, a global expert in electrical specialties and advanced materials, has announced the signing of an order worth more than 2 million euros with China's RongXin HuiKo Electric(RXHK) for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area power supply project.

Mersen will supply nearly 28,000 cooling plates to protect the power modules integrated in two high voltage flexible HVDC converter stations. These new converter stations, which will interconnect the power grids of Dongguang and Zengcheng districts, will be the largest ever built in the world and will ensure a secure supply of power to the Greater Bay Area, thus promoting the region’s economic and social development.

The Group was chosen after a tender process lasting several months, based on the flawless reliability assurances required for this type of equipment, which is used in particularly demanding environments and conditions.

Delivery is scheduled from March to October 2021.

Greater Bay Area converter station



Mersen is a global expert in electrical specialties and advanced materials for high-tech industries. With more than 50 industrial sites and 16 R&D centers in 35 countries around the world, Mersen develops customized solutions and delivers key products to its clients in order to meet the new technological challenges shaping tomorrow’s world.
For over 130 years, Mersen has focused tirelessly on innovation to accompany its clients and meet their needs. Be it in wind power, solar power, electronics, electric vehicles, aeronautics, space or countless other sectors, wherever technology is progressing, you will always find a bit of Mersen.


Véronique Boca
VP, Communication Mersen
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Mersen to equip the world two largest power conversion stations