$101M power upgrade project under way in Lansing

USA, Michigan: Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) has revealed plans for a $26 million central substation in REO Town, a district in Lansing, Michigan, which is part of a larger $101 million power upgrade project under way in the city.

The substation project, with power transformers and associated electrical equipment, is part of Lansing Energy Tomorrow, the BWL’s major electric modernization program to replace and upgrade aging infrastructure, the utility states in the press release.

The effort also includes a five-year, $101 million project, which is already under way, that will include new transmission lines, five new or rebuilt substations, a reduction in the number of circuits and the amount of customer demand at the Eckert substation and additional capacitor banks on the BWL’s transmission system.

Source: Lansing BWL