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The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) recently issued an order approving Kruger Energy Port Alma Ltd. Partnership's (KEPA) application to construct transmission facilities that will connect a 101 MW wind farm the company is building to the transmission facilities of Hydro One Networks Inc.

According to OEB, the project will involve the construction of a new transformer station, a new switching station and a 12 km overhead 230 kV transmission line from the KEPA Transformer Station to the KEPA Junction Station, where it will connect to Hydro One's circuits running between Lauzon and Chatham.

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