Linxon has been awarded an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Contract from Arizona Public Service (APS) for a new 230 kV high-voltage substation that will help APS to support the rapidly growing power demand. Under the terms of the contract, Linxon is responsible for the design, engineering, construction, testing, and commissioning of the new substation, as well as the associated civil engineering and construction works. The project is expected to be completed by the end of Q4 2024.
“This latest contract award from APS is testament to the confidence placed in Linxon as an EPC supplier of innovative infrastructure solutions,” said Nicolas Sanloup, President, and Managing Director of Linxon Americas. “Arizona is experiencing unprecedented growth, and Linxon is proud to have been selected as a reliable and trusted partner to APS, as it continues the expansion of a safe, dependable, and efficient grid for the region”.
The Goodyear Substation 230 kV project will support the expansion of a major data center in the Phoenix area, marking a significant milestone for the region’s growth and sustainability initiatives. The expansion of data centers in the Phoenix area is a crucial driver of the region’s economic growth and job creation. By enabling the expansion of data centers, the Goodyear Substation project will help provide reliable, sustainable energy solutions for the region. This project not only supports the growth and development of Phoenix, but also contributes to the wider sustainability agenda.