Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line is a 400kV overhead line with a length of 72km from Siikajoki, North Ostrobothnia, Finland, to Muhoksen Pyhaselka, Finland.
Construction works on the Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line started in 2014 and the project was commissioned in 2016.
The Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line, which is an overhead line, is being operated by Fingrid. The Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line is an upgrade line. The line carries alternating current (AC) through double circuit cable.
Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line project development status
The development of the Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line project was approved by Energy Authority, Finland in 2014 and the project works were completed in 2016.
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Eltel Networks was appointed by Fingrid to supply the cables for executing the 400kV Siikajoki – Muhoksen Pyhaselka Line.
Fingrid Oyj (Fingrid), is an electricity transmission operator that plans and monitors operation of Finnish electricity transmission system. It transmits electricity through transmission lines, substations, HVDC connections and reserve power plants. Fingrid also offers connecting consumption and production to the main grid, transmission system security, power trade and imbalance settlement, functioning electricity markets, the production and electricity market information exchange, and origin certificates guarantee services.
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