CL&P Upgrade Improves Electric Power Reliability for Greenwich, Connecticut

April 2012
Transmission & Distribution World Exclusive Insight;4/27/2012, p3
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The article reports on Connecticut Light & Power's (CL&P) 29 million U.S. dollars distribution system upgrade project for Greenwich, Connecticut. The project reportedly offers redundant electric service to the North Greenwich distribution substation, thus enhancing reliability to the customers it serves. A new overhead feeder circuit at 35kV is being set up between a substation in Cos Cob and the North Greenwich substation about 7 miles away.


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