Hanson Transmission / Distribution Substation

Project Status: RIGHT-OF-WAY (ROW) ACQUISITION IN PROGRESS
Strategic Purpose: Cooperative Purpose
Project Contact: Steve Ambrose
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Hanson Transmission / Distribution Substation

Dairyland Power Cooperative is building four miles of 69,000-volt (69 kV) transmission line to the new Dairyland Hanson Distribution Substation located on Eagle Rd. near the Village of Spencer in Marathon County, Wis. The new transmission line and substation will increase local distribution capacity and improve system reliability for the cooperative members in this service territory.

Project At A Glance
Counties where facilities may be placed Clark and Marathon Counties, Wis.
Distribution Cooperative Service Territory

Line length 4 miles
Voltage 69 kV
Estimated project cost $2.4 million
End points Xcel Energy interconnect located west of Spencer, Wis., to the Dairyland Hanson distribution substation
69 kV transmission line

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule (all dates are anticipated and subject to change)
Right of way acquisition September 2019
Anticipated regulatory decision April 2021
Start of construction (right-of-way clearing) April 2021
Foundations, structures, line construction May 2021
Target in-service date November 2021