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Thursday, 05 January 2017 11:16

Midwest Electric sets $11.8 million work plan

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USA, Missouri: The Midwest Electric board of trustees has approved a four-year $11.8 million work plan to further improve power reliability, which will include several substation upgrade projects.

As part of the plan, $3.2 million will go towards general improvements, including replacement of transformers, poles, reclosers, voltage regulators, and more, reports The Delphos Herald.

The cooperative will put $1 million into upgrading the Coldwater, Macedon and Marathon substations, increasing their capacity.

A spare transformer will be purchased for the Marathon substation, which will also see four kilometres of transmission line rebuilt.

Source: The Delphos Herald

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  • Continent: North America
  • Category: Business