In pictures: T Pylons
- T-pylons Did you know that the innovative T-pylon has its own blog? You can chart its development, read the views of the project team and get more technical details ahttp://www.nationalgridt-talk.com/.
- T-pylons The T-pylon was the winner of an international competition and is designed by Danish architects and engineers Bystrup. Lower than the equivalent steel lattice type, the T-pylon can have a much-reduced impact on the landscape.
- T-pylons The new design is a ‘monopole’ with a T-shaped cross arm – hence the name T-pylon. The first full-size suspension pylon prototype was erected at the start of 2013 in Denmark, with the prototype tension T-pylon following in April 2013.
- T-pylons While it’s not considered as a direct replacement for lattice pylons, the T-pylon could be a sound option for new major projects that will connect up low-carbon and renewable generation to the grid. Follow the story at http://www.nationalgridt-talk.com/.