Norman GS Substation Successfully Energized

The PowerTel built substation at Norman Generating Station in Kenora, Ontario was energized today. PowerTel completed full EPC services on this station for H2O Power LP, and was responsible for redirecting the incoming 115kV transmission lines. The new lines had to be re-strung across the Winnipeg River after removing the old lines. Originally built in 1898, the Norman Generating Station has undergone numerous reconfigurations to achieve its current capacity, 14MW.

Originally built in 1898, the Norman Generating Station has undergone numerous reconfigurations to achieve its current capacity, 14MW. The Station is part of the Lake of the Woods water system. In addition to generating power, the dam assists with flow control for Lake of the Woods.

This energization marks another successful substation EPC for the PowerTel team. Please visit the Norman GS Substation Page for more details on this project, or the Substations & Electrical Projects page for other PowerTel successes.

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