Substation Works
Overhead transmission of electric power has been a long the years and will still continue one of the most important elements of today's electric power system. Power transmission from generating stations to industrial sites and to substation is the fundamental object of the transmission system. This function is accomplished by overhead transmission lines that connect the power plants into the transmission network, interconnect various areas of transmission networks, interconnect one electric utility with another, or deliver the electric power from various areas within the transmission network to the distribution substation, from which the distribution system supply residential and commercial consumers.