Advancing the world with electrical drive trains.
SOLID TRACK RECORD
We’ve delivered permanent magnet machines and power converters totaling 11 GW.
AGILE WAY OF WORKING
Be ready and responsive to market changes by embracing our flexible business approach.
The choice of wind
We have challenged the wind industry, first by making permanent magnet generators (PMG) and full-power converters (FPC) the preferred
technology for wind turbines, and now by enabling the technology to be commercially available.
The liberty of marine
Based on our proven success in wind power applications, The Switch is now making permanent magnet (PM) machines and frequency converter solutions commercially available for marine applications.
The Switch has provided Dongfang with a second-generation drive train package that combines a 1.5 MW direct-drive, outer rotor permanent magnet generator with a full-power converter.
At your service
The Switch Circle is our approach that gives you the greatest return on investment. We tailor each approach to best serve your business model and application.
The Switch Circle is our commitment to unsurpassed service throughout all phases of your project.
At your service
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Vantaa, Finland, March 24, 2015 – The Switch, a supplier of megawatt-class permanent magnet (PM) generator and full-power converter packages for wind power and other renewable energy applications, received another
Marine vessels are constantly navigating extremely fluctuating conditions as they move goods and passengers from one coast to another. Waves, wind, ice, currents and many other natural and operational conditions