NEWS : CITEL Newsletter 3/2022

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

With the holiday season still fresh in our minds, the next highlight is already beckoning with the light+building trade fair in Frankfurt am Main.
The current issue of our newsletter gives you a preview of light+building. Furthermore, we introduce you to the Witznitz Energy Park, a significant application from the solar sector, and are pleased to present our new main catalogue.

We hope you enjoy reading it.


Welcome to Frankfurt am Main!
From 2 to 6 October, the first light+building after Corona will take place here as the "Autumn Edition". We cordially invite you to visit us in Hall 12.0 at Booth E82. At the newly designed 60m² stand, we will be showing you a wide range of solutions and application examples of our current lightning and surge protection product range.
However, the most important thing for us is the dialogue and the exchange of experiences with you: stop by and treat yourself to a short break with a small French speciality and a glass of red wine or a non-alcoholic drink. We will be happy to send you a ticket for free admission if you are interested.

We look forward to your visit!


We have extensively revised our main catalogue and now present our extensive product range on over 230 pages.
Detailed textual intros introduce the respective topic for the implementation of innovative solutions. Starting with AC & DC power supply, through the protection of PV and lighting systems to applications in data and network technology, we present each current SPD series in detail. A colour index makes it easy for you to find the articles. In addition, the product series are clearly presented in the tabular appendix and accompanied by pictograms to highlight the features. You too can use our new CITEL main catalogue and make it an indispensable reference work for your daily work.

You can find more information and an order option here!

CITEL combined arresters protect the energy distributors in the "Witznitz Energy Park"

Lake Hainer See in Witznitz, Saxony, a district of the large district town of Borna, is located about 30 kilometres south of Leipzig. Here, Move on Energy GmbH is realising one of the largest, non-state-subsidised solar parks in Europe: The future "Witznitz Energy Park" will be built on the approximately 500-hectare - equivalent to about 700 football pitches - site of a former open-cast lignite mine. With an installed capacity of 605 MW, this solar park will contribute to the further development of the traditional energy use location as well as maintain and create jobs.

You can find more information here!