underground distribution system

underground distribution system

An electrical supply system employing underground structures, cables, and other equipment located under designated areas along public ways or utility easements; does not include service cables in the customer’s duct.
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Extending the underground distribution system in downtown Toledo to create redundancy at a cost of $200,000, which could speed service restoration should outages occur.
The underground distribution system was an innovation responsive to the needs of Batanes.
9 million feet); Installing 1,705 transformers; Reinforcing 246 feeders and adding 51 new feeders; Enhancing the reliability to the underground distribution system.
As it is needed, it is vaporized into an underground distribution system to be delivered to commercial and residential customers.
FNG continues to broaden its underground distribution system to serve the Fairbanks community.
CWL manages a mixed overhead and underground distribution system operating at 13.
The chilled water is produced at Trigen's Edison Station and is distributed to Jefferson's campus via a new underground distribution system.
The port will build and own the system, which consists of improvements to existing storage tank farm the port purchase from the previous fuel supplier, and the construction of an underground distribution system that will deliver fuel directly to aircraft through hydrants at all of the airport's passenger gates.
8 kv underground distribution system, in accordance with the department"s standard drawing uc437-01, packaged 1-each per box.
TEC will begin with designs for the underground distribution system and progress to overhead applications in time.
This work will replace an existing underground distribution system that now provides power for the subdivision.
CEC has demonstrated tremendous leadership in addressing the reliability of its underground distribution system," said Glen Bertini, UTILX Senior Vice President, Business Development.

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