The project would involve the construction of a new, double circuit 230 kilovolt (kV) transmission line, new 69 kV subtransmission lines, and various system upgrades and other improvements. The project would also include the construction of a new 230 kV electrical substation and a new 230-69 kV electrical substation at adjacent sites located on City of Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) owned land near the northeast corner of Wilderness Avenue and Ed Perkic Street in Riverside.
Power:Other Power Type (Transmission)(Megawatts 230/69)
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