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NV Energy, substations, replacing aging assets.
Steel reinforcements are shown before concrete was poured for the transformer pad at the Smith Valley Substation.

NV Energy's Substation Creation

NV Energy constructs new lines and substations to replace aging assets

NV Energy constructed three substations in the 1960s to serve its communities in the Yerington and Smith Valley areas. As the population continued to grow, the substations could no longer provide the high degree of reliable power expected by its customers.

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