Singapore building its largest ever underground substation
Singapore will build its largest underground substation yet, which will have the capacity to power more than two public housing towns when completed by 2025.
The project to be built by Singapore Power Group (SP Group) will be a 230 kV substation, which will have a commercial development sitting on top of it, and it will be constructed on the same compound as the Pasir Panjang Power Station that was decommissioned in 1987, reports Channel News Asia.
Building the substation underground will free up three hectares of land, which equals to more than three football fields of space.
Source: Channel News Asia