- We continue to work on the design of the overall Winslow Tap rebuild project, which will replace aging infrastructure and improve safety and access so we can continue to serve customers reliably into the future.
- Refer to the fieldwork fact sheet for more information.
PSE plans to rebuild the existing 4.5 mile Winslow Tap transmission line. The Winslow Tap is the only transmission line serving the Winslow substation, which supplies power to 3,500 homes and businesses on the south end of the island.
The transmission line was built in 1960 and some of its equipment is nearing the end of its useful life and needs to be replaced. In addition, the line is in a heavily-vegetated corridor with difficult terrain, which makes outage response challenging.
We plan to rebuild the aging infrastructure by replacing the poles and equipment and installing new conductor (wire). We’ll also improve safety and access along the existing corridor so we can continue to serve customers reliably well into the future. For more information, review our project fact sheet.
Committed to keeping you informed
We're in the early stages of this project and we’re committed to keeping property owners informed of our progress. Please reach out to us if you have questions.
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