Electrical substations belong to the general energy system. They are responsible for reducing capacity losses, high voltage input into the load concentration centers and maintaining stable voltage on the consumer’s side. Today, it is impossible to imagine our life without electricity. A disruption in power supply even for a short time causes financial losses for businesses and major inconvenience for households.
The electrical energy system of Ukraine was created back in the Soviet era and needs renovation. Many substations now have to exploit worn-out and out-of-date equipment, which raises the issue of substation restoration and maintenance. Besides, it is difficult to guarantee reliable power supply to consumers without building substations and electrical grids of the new generation.
Structum construction company has state-of-the-art technical assets and a professional team allowing it to perform the construction of substations with a voltage up to 750 kV. We are open for cooperation in any format, including the EPC contract framework (engineering, procurement, and construction). It involves the following steps:
Notably, at the substation engineering and design stage it is important to consider the construction conditions, design the substation layout, and define the type and technical characteristics of the main equipment, the procedure of work setup and connection to the power supply, as well as safety measures.
The experience and professionalism of Structum specialists allows the company to ensure:
While constructing substations, we use materials from both Ukrainian and global manufacturers to guarantee the reliability and long-term use of the facility. With our expertise and advanced management culture, we minimize the risks and deliver the best results at all stages – from substation design and engineering to commissioning.
Structum performs a range of works aimed at restoring substations with the voltage up to 750 kV. The need to restore a substation arises when its equipment is out-of-date, when it becomes necessary to introduce new technologies, comply with the updated regulations, or deal with a change in the system configuration. In this way, you can: