Sub-Station Repair

The equipment over the fence, behind the small Danger Keep Out sign, is a portable substation that reduces primary voltage from 34,500V to 4,800V. During a summer heat wave in 2011, the original substation that supplies all electricity to the Chautauqua Institution burned out. As of early May 2012, work was underway to replace the substation transformer (large grey device under the steel structure).

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