Power Line Improvements

Power Line Improvements

Project Manager

Kyle Muret, Electric Chief Engineer

What We're Doing

Stillwater Electric Utility (SEU) will install an additional circuit along four miles of existing power lines on the northeast portion of the city. Along Husband Street, the existing power line will move slightly to the west, to increase the distance from the roadway and allow the trees to flourish. 

Project Benefits

The modifications will increase reliability of SEU's power system and connect the new Stillwater Energy Center to the electric system at more than one point and permit sections of the system to be isolated to better manage problems and reduce outages. In addition, this work is an integral part of the program to move toward using advanced protective relaying equipment that is designed to protect the electric system and rapidly isolate outages.

Latest Project Update

Updated June 5, 2018: Project construction in progress. Contractors are on site along Husband Street, Airport Road and Perkins Road (U.S. 177).

Project Timeline

Feb. 7, 2014: Bids for a general contractor were received.

Actions Authorized by Stillwater Utilities Authority (SUA)

  • 12.15.14 | SUA-14-52 |  Electric Power Generation Station Professional Services Agreement Amendments

  • 11.16.15 | SUA-15-56 |  Bid Recommendation: Transmission Line Steel Structures


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