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One of the transformers at the Hardisty substation needs to be replaced so we can continue to provide you with safe and reliable power.

Project details

One of the transformers at the Hardisty substation (10120 50 Street) has reached the end of its lifespan and needs to be replaced. The new transformer will look similar to the existing transformer and will be placed in the same location (see map below). As a part of this project we will also be removing four external voltage regulators from service, as their function is now included in the new transformer.

Proposed schedule and project map

​Proposed schedule

This work is planned to begin in the spring of 2019 and will take approximately 4 months to complete. 

Project map

 

What to expect during construction

​Construction noise

The work will create noise typical to construction.

We will take measures to ensure we comply with the City of Edmonton's Community Standards Bylaw for Noise Control. If it is necessary to temporarily exceed acceptable noise levels, we will work with the City of Edmonton to obtain the necessary permits.

Hours of construction

We anticipate our hours of work for this project to

be Monday to Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; however, occasional evening and weekend work may be required.

Road closures

No road closures are anticipated as a result of this project.

Work space

All work areas will be safe and secure. All construction activities will be in accordance with the City of Edmonton bylaws, occupational health, safety and environmental procedures and guidelines.

Power supply

We do not anticipate any power service interruptions from this work.

About AUC

About the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC)

Alberta's electric utilities are regulated by the AUC.  The AUC is an independent quasi-judicial agency that ensures that the delivery of Alberta's utility service takes place in a manner that is fair, responsible and in the public's interest. For more information about the AUC, please visit the AUC's website.