Givatayim Switching Substation is a 400kV substation located in Givatayim, Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Givatayim Switching Substation project’s construction has begun in 2020. The works are expected to be commissioned in 2022.
Givatayim Switching Substation project, which is a new substation, will be operated by The Israel Electric.
The designed voltage level of the substation is 400/161kV and the operating voltage level is 400/161kV.
The step-in voltage of the project is 400kV and the step-out voltage is 161kV.
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Givatayim Switching Substation project development status
The development of the Givatayim Switching Substation project was approved by The Israel Public Utilities Authority in 2020. The project is expected to be commissioned in 2022.
About The Israel Electric
The Israel Electric Corporation Ltd (IECL), formerly known as Palestine Electric Corporation Ltd., is a public and government-owned company that carries out the generation, transmission, distribution, sale and supply of electricity. The State of Israel owns around 99.85% of the company. It generates power mainly by utilizing conventional energy sources such as coal, oil and gas. It builds, maintains and operates power generation stations in Israel an also focuses on improved efficiency, quality, improvement, reliability and availability of electricity supply, and strives toward the minimization of costs.
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