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Energy

Electric Power
Transmission & Distribution

Electric Power Transmission & Distribution

A synergy between technical and economic skills.


An added value for electric utilities.
With more than 90 years of experience, AECOM works with
more than 300 power utilities in over 50 countries around the
world.

Our clients are both network owners, such as transmission


and distribution utilities, and network users, such as
generators, electricity consumers and rail network operators.

We are a world leader in the provision of environmental and


engineering services for power transmission and distribution
(T&D) infrastructure.

We focus on system reliability through asset management,


system renewal and asset whole-of-life program
development, which is dedicated to managing the
performance of the aging T&D infrastructure.

Our team of engineers, planners and environmental


specialists provides a full set of services required within the
electricity supply industry. We specialize in environment and
property services, institutional reform and development,
strategic planning, power systems analysis, power quality,
project feasibility development, detailed design and
construction supervision for networks of national scale and
for all system voltages up to 800 kV.

Our T&D team is active in realizing a 21st century energy grid


economy that is founded on comprehensive utilization of
renewable energy, distributed generation and demand-side
participation. We help fulfill the promise of a sustainable
future through lowering the carbon emissions of the power
sector.

On the cover:
220 kV Transmission Lines
at Otahuhu Substation,
Auckland, New Zealand

Scotford Substation (138 kV), Atco Electric,


Alberta, Canada

Electrical Interconnection
of the Nile Equatorial Lakes Countries
(220 kV, 132 kV and 110 kV lines and substations),
Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo

350 kV HVDC Tower, Transpower,


New Zealand

AECOM

Our T&D project works include the following:


-- Transmission and distribution analysis and
network planning;

-- High voltage underground cables;

-- Power generation systems analysis;

-- Sub-soil investigation and earthing systems;

-- Substation and transmission line design;

-- System efficiency and loss reduction programs;

-- Power system protection;

-- Construction supervision;

-- Communications;

-- Commissioning;

-- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA),


metering and energy management systems;

-- Traning and technology transfer.

-- Transmission and substation siting and land planning;

-- Load dispatch centers;

220 kV Transmission Line,


Afghanistan

Electric Power Transmission & Distribution

At AECOM, we provide the full range of services related to


the planning, design and construction management of high
and very high voltage alternating and direct current electric
power transmission systems, as well as with medium and
low voltage distribution networks and supervisory control
systems. The projects cover the full range of activities,
including studies, engineering, works supervision and
commissioning of the completed installation. Training in these
fields as well as in network maintenance and operations is
also available.
We have carried out studies, detailed engineering and
construction supervision for over 40,000 kilometers of power
transmission lines and a great number of transformer and
converter stations with voltages up to 800 kV in alternating
current and 500 kV in direct current, under climates ranging
from those of tropical regions to areas with extreme Nordic
conditions.

We also provide turnkey services covering studies and


engineering of all components of power transmission grid,
including AC and DC substations.

Detailed services provided:


Conceptual and Pre-engineering Studies
-- Network Development Strategies
-- Lines and Substations Electrical and Mechanical Criteria
-- Environmental Impact
-- Climatologic Studies

Engineering
-- Substation Site and Line Route Selection
-- Geotechnical Studies
-- Substation Layout
-- Environmental Impact Mitigation
-- Optimized Conductor Selection
-- Tower Geometry and Tower Families Optimization
-- Grounding and Lightning Stroke Protection
-- Optical Fibre Cables
-- Foundation Design
-- Optimized Tower Spotting
-- Detailed Support Structure, Tower and Foundation Design
-- Tender Document Preparation, Preselection of Bidders, Bid
Analysis and Assistance with Contractor Selection
-- Project Implementation Planning and Project Cost Estimates

Implementation Stage Services


-- Complete or Partial Construction Project Management
-- Review of Contractors Designs
-- Quality Control at Site and at Manufacturers Plants
-- Construction Supervision
-- Assistance with Project Commissioning

Other Services
-- Staff Training (Engineering, Operation, Maintenance)
-- Development of Maintenance Procedures
500 kV Transmission Line,
Angle Tower Near Ekibastuskaya, Kazakhstan

-- Assistance during Operation

AECOM

Integrated Planning Solution (IPS)


VOLTAGE CONVERSION

CONDUCTOR REPLACEMENT

OVERLOADS

SUBSTATION LOCATION LOAD BALANCING CAPACITOR


SWITCH LOCATION
CHOICE

TRANSFORMER OVERLOADED

LOCATION PROTECTION COORDINATION STUDY


RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT ISSUES REVERSE
OPTIMIZATION

BREAKER LOCATION

FIELD

CABLES

VOLTAGE REDUCTION

INTEGRATED
PLANNING
SOLUTION
Maintenance
& QoS

Overload
reductions

REPLACEMENT

HARMONIC RESONANCE

MAINTENANCE CYCLE

NETWORK AUTOMATION

VOLTAGE SWELL HARMONIC SOURCES REGULATOR


REPLACEMENT

Energy
efficiency

PRODUCTION INTEGRATION

FLICKERS

PLACEMENT

LOCATION

CABLE AND CONDUCTOR


CUSTOMER CONNECTION

VOLTAGE SAG

REPLACEMENT

CONDUCTOR

VOLTAGE CHOICE

VISUAL INSPECTION

OPTIMAL

DEFAULT

LOSSES REDUCTION

METERING IMPACT EVALUATION


MEASUREMENT

LOAD

GROWTH

PATROL
STUDY

Otahuhu
Substation Diversity Project
Auckland, New Zealand

Electric Power Transmission & Distribution

Transmission & Distribution Sample Projects


-- Long Island Sound Replacement Cable (138 kV),
Connecticut, U.S.A.

-- Interconnection Study for the Integrated Development of the


Nunavik Territory, Canada

-- Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) Cross Sound HVDC Cable


(150 kV), Long Island, U.S.A.

-- 735 kV Transmission Lines, James Bay, Canada

-- Imperial Irrigation District Transmission and Substation


Upgrade, California, U.S.A.

-- On-going various 115 kV to 735 kV Transmission and


Distribution Projects for Hydro-Quebec, Canada
-- 500 kV East HVDC Transmission Line, Alberta Canada

-- Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSEG) Northeast


Grid Transmission Project (230 kV), U.S.A.

-- 315 kV AC, 150 kV DC, 345 kV AC Converter Stations, Quebec,


Canada

-- 345 KV Public Service Electric & Gas (PSEG) Cross Hudson


Cable, Bergen to New York, U.S.A.

-- 115 kV transmission line between Red Lake and Pikangikum,


Canada

-- New York Power Authority (NYPA) In-City Generation and


Transmission Program, New York, U.S.A.

-- Anglo-Scottish 400 kV Interconnector Study, United Kingdom

-- Braintree Electric Light Department, New Generating Project,


Braintree, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

-- 400/800 kV Transmission Lines, Venezuela

-- 800 kV Transmission Line, Brazil

Long Island Sound Replacement Cable


(138 kV), U.S.A.

Al Ain 33 kV Network Development Project,


United Arab Emirates

Auckland CBD Cable Reinforcement Project,


New Zealand

Mortlake 500 kV Substation,


Australia

James Bay 735 kV Transmission Lines, Canada

Nam Theun II 500 kV Transmission Line,


Lao Popular Democratic Republic, Thailand

AECOM

-- Urban and Rural Electrification and Distribution


(69 kV Lines and 23 kV Substations), Haiti

-- Electrical Interconnection of the Nile Equatorial Lakes


Countries Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC

-- Substation and Distribution System Design, Port au Prince,


Haiti

-- Electrical interconnection of the Electric Networks of 10


Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)
Member Countries Burundi, Cameroon, Central African
Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, DRC, Equatorial Guinea,
Gabon, Rwanda

-- Otahuhu 220 kV Substation Detailed Design, Auckland,


New Zealand
-- Pakuranga 220 kV Substation Detailed Design, Auckland,
New Zealand
-- Mortlake Power Station 500 kV Switchyard Detailed Design,
Victoria, Australia
-- South Pine Substation 275 kV Secondary System
Refurbishment, Queensland, Australia
-- 765 kV Seoni Substation, India
-- Northeast China Power Transmission Project (500 kV), China
-- Rehabilitation of 400 kV Transmission Lines in Ankara Region,
Turkey

-- Study on the Electricity Transmission Lines linked to Rusumo


Falls Hydroelectric Generation Plant, Tanzania, Rwanda,
Burundi
-- Electrification Project of Towns Distribution Network (147
km of 66 kV lines, 250 km of 33 kV lines), Tanzania
-- Technical, Economic and Environmental Studies for the 220 kV
Interconnection, Kenya and Uganda
-- Study on the Transmission and Distribution System (400 kV)
associated to Song Mbengue Hydroelectric Development,
Cameroun

-- National Load Dispatch Centre, Bangladesh


-- Sustainable Power Sector Support II Project (Transmission
System Strengthening, Rural Electrification and Distribution),
Sri Lanka
-- Trans-national 500 kV Power Flow Study, Thailand and Lao
-- 220 kV Transmission Line, Afghanistan
-- 500 kV Transmission Line Project Administration and
Monitoring, Kazakhstan
-- 500/230 kV Power Transmission Grid, Pakistan
-- Nam Theun II 500 kV Transmission Line, Lao PDR
-- Regional Electrification Master Plan, Indonesia

200 kV and 90 kV Transmission Line and Substation


at Manantali Hydroelectric Development,
Senegal, Mali, Mauritania

-- Power Transmission Improvement Project, Indonesia


-- Transmission Code Review, Singapore
-- Al Ain 33 kV Network Development Project, United Arab
Emirates
-- Improvement and Extension to Power Networks, Abu Dhabi
-- Rural Electrification Project Distribution Network and High
Voltage Substations (2,500 km of 33 kV Distribution Lines),
Ethiopia
-- Interconnection Line for four Countries (1,700 km of 225 kV),
Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Senegal
-- Manantali Transmission Lines and Substations
(1,150 km of 225 kV Lines and 225 km of 225 kV Lines),
Senegal, Mali and Mauritania
-- Electricity IV Project Phase II, (300 km of 33 kV Lines,
49 km of 400 kV Lines), Tanzania

South Pine Substation Refurbishment (275 kV)


Queensland, Australia

About AECOM
AECOM is a global provider of professional technical
and management support services to a broad range
of markets, including transportation, facilities,
environmental, energy, water and government. With
approximately 45,000 employees around the world,
AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it
serves. AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local
knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in
delivering solutions that create, enhance and sustain
the worlds built, natural and social environments.
A Fortune 500 company, AECOM serves clients in
approximately 125 countries and has annual revenue
in excess of $7.0 billion.

More information on AECOM and its services


can be found at www.aecom.com
Contact: askenergy@aecom.com

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