Siemens appoints HV Power as MV reseller in New Zealand

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Mike Strong (HV Power) and Asad Khan (Siemens)

HV Power Measurements and Protection Ltd (HV Power) has been appointed as Siemens’ first value-added reseller for the Medium Voltage portfolio in New Zealand.

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HV Power is a leading medium voltage (MV) switchgear, automation, and protection relay provider in New Zealand and is a long-standing preferred distributor of Siemens’ electrification and automation products.

For customers in New Zealand, it will mean a more streamlined approach for project delivery, increased cost effectiveness and wider access to engineering solutions in the medium voltage sector.

The agreement will cover Siemens’ 11/22/33kV gas insulated medium voltage switchgears, 17.5kV air insulated medium voltage switchgear and 11/22/33 kV ring main units.

Siemens country business segment lead for electrification and automation systems Asad Khan said, “Siemens and HV Power have been successfully delivering many projects in New Zealand, especially in the utilities sector, for over 20 years.

“It’s great to formalise our ongoing relationship and have HV Power on board as our value-added reseller. They have the in-house engineering, design, and production expertise to help organisations with their energy transition.

“We welcome HV Power and look forward to continuing working together on projects that help transform the everyday for communities in New Zealand.”

As a value-added reseller to Siemens, HV Power will purchase the primary parts of medium voltage switchgear and then source and assemble the low voltage equipment required for customer delivery, including offering full Siemens solution with protection, control and automation.

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HV Power will also have access to other partner benefits such as access to engineering information and the opportunity to train site technicians on Siemens technology.

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