GIS substation, Glendale Water & Power
What looks like just a building is actually the street view of the new Grandview substation in Glendale, California.

The New Grandview GIS Substation Is Better

Glendale rebuilds a substation to improve aesthetics and enhance power supply reliability.

Glendale Water & Power’s first air-insulated Grandview substation was built in 1930 and had been serving more than 1000 residential customers and 400 industrial and commercial customers in the Grand Central business district of the San Fernando Corridor in Glendale, California, U.S. However, the municipal-owned utility’s Grandview substation did not have capacity for the expected load growth in this part of Glendale, and its air-insulated switchgear (AIS) occupied a lot of

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