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    Energy subsystem for Rail Baltica’s high-speed line

    CLIENT: Rail Baltica

    SERVICES: Design, construction works and testing and commissioning activities

    YEAR: 2021 – On going

    COUNTRY: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

    The ENE Engineering Service project, of which IDOM is part, is the largest single procured electrification project worldwide, connecting three different countries with a single piece of infrastructure. The main objective of the general ENE Deployment Project is the successful introduction and implementation of the energy subsystem for the whole Rail Baltica network, which comprises […]

    The ENE Engineering Service project, of which IDOM is part, is the largest single procured electrification project worldwide, connecting three different countries with a single piece of infrastructure. The main objective of the general ENE Deployment Project is the successful introduction and implementation of the energy subsystem for the whole Rail Baltica network, which comprises approximately 870 km of track and 11 service sections. Commercial operations on the electrified line are due to begin in 2026.

    The Rail Baltica high-speed line will include connections to 7 international railway passenger stations and 3 multimodal terminals as well as to airports and seaports, several regional passenger stations, maintenance facilities and the existing railway network.

    The scope of work includes the overall management of the ENE deployment processes in order to implement the Rail Baltica railway energy subsystem. The aim is to ensure interoperability across the Baltic States and connected European Countries, as well as compliance with all European norms and standards with respect to environmental impact. The optimal solution for Rail Baltica’s high-speed line will be implemented by:

    -Ensuring proper quality control procedures,

    -applying best practices and a transparent procurement model,

    -and efficiently supervising the full deployment process.

    The global project scope includes the energy subsystem for the Rail Baltica Global Project infrastructure in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, plus the section in the territory of Poland up to the technical border with the Polish rail infrastructure network (the first electrical separation section behind the Lithuanian–Polish border).

    The electrification is a major step towards the realization of the Rail Baltica high-speed line and will require the maximum effort of all the parties involved.

    IDOM has been awarded the overall implementation project for the electrification (25 kV AC) of the 870-km-long double-track high-speed line (249 km/h) according to an agreement signed with the Rail Baltica joint venture RB Rail AS.

    Together with partners DB Engineering & Consulting (Germany) and Italferr S.p.A. (Italy), IDOM has been appointed as the energy (ENE) engineer and will be providing the engineering, consulting and FIDIC engineer services for the overall management and execution of the ENE deployment process across the Baltic States. This will encompass the Works Preparatory Phase (Phase I), Works Implementation Phase and Defects Notification Period (Phase II). The project will run for approximately 10 years.

    Project related:
    RAIL BALTICA, CONNECTING THE BALTIC STATES WITH THE EUROPEAN RAIL NETWORK

    Links of interest:
    The largest electrification project in the world
    Our second railway project in Latvia
    Rail Baltica: the project that will link the Baltic States with the European rail network
    New high-performance trans-European rail connection

    CONTACT

    Rail Director

    Ramón Ramírez Llorente

    rramirez@idom.com

    Infrastructure Managing Director

    Juan Ramón López Laborda

    jlopez@idom.com

    info.madrid@idom.com

    +34 91 444 11 50

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