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Downtown Calgary
Transmission Reinforcement Project

Project Overview

The demand for power is increasing as Calgary continues to grow. The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) has determined that the existing transmission system in downtown Calgary can become overloaded under certain conditions. Overloaded transmission lines reduce the reliability of your power supply and increase the likelihood of interruptions in power supplied to homes and businesses. The AESO has therefore identified the need for transmission reinforcement into the downtown area.

On November 18, 2015, the AESO filed its Needs Identification Document (NID) for Transmission System Reinforcement in Downtown Calgary with the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC). On June 1, 2016, the AUC approved the AESO’s NID.

To meet this need ENMAX Power Corporation (ENMAX) is proposing to build a new 138 kV transmission line between ENMAX No. 2 Substation located at 3120 – 9 Street SE, and ENMAX No. 8 Substation located at 903 – 4 Avenue SW.

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Email: Stakeholder Relations
Phone: 403-514-1471





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