H.B. White Canada Corporation
The Kingston Solar Project is a 100MW solar generation facility that was built during the summer of 2015. K‑Line scope of work consisted of the installation of the 230kV substation and a 34.5kV collector distribution pole line.
The installation works at the 230kV substation included all above ground equipment and materials inclusive of a 110MVA Main Power Transformer, neutral grounding reactor, 250kV Circuit switcher, 250kV Circuit Breaker, Switchgear / Control Building, DSTAT system, arresters and insulators. K‑Line also installed the overhead collector line that totalled 20km of overhead pole lines connecting 6 zones of solar panels to the main interconnect station. Works included installation of 8 disconnect switches, 19 new poles and framing / stringing / guying for the additional circuit installed on Hydro One’s existing Joint-Use pole line that spanned over 178 wood poles.
- Offoading, Installation and filling of Main Power Transformer
- Installation of S&C DVAR system consisting of: DSTAT, transformers, cable bus system, reactor bank, CAP bank, and pad mount transformer for two systems
- The project was completed on time as per schedule within 3 months