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Cupertino Electric Inc. (CEI), an electrical engineering and construction firm, has announced that it is installing a new 230 kV transmission line to interconnect a new substation serving a 200 MW solar power plant in Imperial Valley, Calif.

When complete later this year, the overhead 230 kV transmission line will span five miles and interconnect a new 230 kV substation on the 2,000-acre solar project site. CEI will also be providing union electrical subcontracting services on the solar project.




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