Linxon to provide three substations for Pennsylvania data centre
Talen Energy has selected Linxon to deliver three greenfield substations for their Cumulus Data Center Project in Salem Township Pennsylvania.
The substations will be connected to the 2,500 megawatt (MW) Susquehanna nuclear power plant which generates carbon-free electricity. A portion of the energy from the substations will supply power to a newly designed 400,000 square foot Cumulus data centre campus that will be located within close proximity to the plant.
Linxon will supply a turnkey solution utilizing products from Hitachi Energy for the 500/69 kV Gas Insulated Substation (GIS), the 230/69 kV GIS and hybrid substations, requiring fast track design, engineering, permitting, civil work, procurement, construction and commissioning activities.
“We are proud to bring our expertise to Talen Energy and thank them for their confidence in our capabilities. Our unique offering and solutions are key to providing reliable energy to our clients, especially for data centers that are essential for the ramp-up of the economy”, said Stefan Reisacher, CEO of Linxon. Our substations will help to cost-efficiently increase server and network availability and underscore the enhanced value that our comprehensive offering brings to our clients.”
“Talen Energy is happy to have reached an agreement with Linxon to deliver turnkey substations for our flagship Cumulus data center campus project. We are using available undeveloped land around our Susquehanna plant to create a business that will provide job opportunities and other economic benefits to the community both during the construction phase, as well as once the facility is operational. We are excited to break ground on this project and look forward to working with Linxon to deliver the critical substation installations,”
said Dustin Wertheimer, Vice President and Divisional CFO at Talen Energy.
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