Haldimand has new $19.2M transmission station

Hydro One project ensures electricity reliability and increased capacity.

July 21, 2015

TORONTO — Hydro One has completed a $19.2 million refurbishment of the Dunnville Transmission Station in Haldimand County.

The project for the region that runs from the north shore of Lake Erie, between Norfolk County, Niagara and Hamilton includes a new station plus the installation of new transformers and an additional feeder line.

The new station will serve Caledonia, Dunnville, Hagersville, Jarvis, Selkirk and several smaller municipalities

The original Dunnville station, built in 1952 was completely removed.

The refurbishment took approximately 25,000 construction hours to complete.

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