Choele Choel Substation is a 500/132kV substation located in Choele Choel, Avellaneda, Argentina. The construction works on Choele Choel Substation began in 2014. The project was commissioned in 2015.
The Choele Choel Substation project is an upgrade substation being operated by Compania de Transporte de Energia Electrica en Alta Tension Transener.
The designed voltage level of the project is 500/132kV, while the operating voltage level is 500/132kV. The step-in voltage of the substation is 500kV and the step-out voltage is 132kV. The substation capacity is 150MVA.
Choele Choel Substation has received approval from National Entity of Electricity Regulation to undertake the works on the project.
About Compania de Transporte de Energia Electrica en Alta Tension Transener
Compania de Transporte de Energia Electrica en Alta Tension Transener (Transener) is engaged in the transmission of electric power. The company involves in the operation and maintenance of 14.471 kilometers of 500 kilovalt (kV) and 220kV transmission lines in the Province of Santa Cruz. It also offers third party services including line maintenance, maintenance of transformer stations, operation of lines and transformers, supervision and inspection transmission works, engineering services and consulting, transmission system upgrading, and service testing and commissioning. Transener operates in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay. Iit is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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