The overhead power distribution system is standard in many parts of the world. Overhead power lines can transmit massive amounts of electricity across distant areas. They’re also economical, flexible, and easy to modify. 

However, it has its disadvantages. The biggest obstacle of overhead lines is that they can become damaged whenever wildlife, natural disasters and vehicular accidents strike. In Australia, the 2020 bushfires have severely damaged the country’s power supply and people’s lives and homes.

In recent years, Australia and many other countries have started the shift to implementing underground power distribution. Underground electricity transmits with the use of conduits, cables and manholes installed under streets and sidewalks. It’s favourable for its cleaner look, lesser power interruptions, and stronger safety measures.

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The Impacts of an Underground Power System

Here we list down some features of underground power: 

Arguably the most significant factor that’s taken into consideration when installing underground electricity is the cables’ costs. The wires, however, are four times better than overhead lines, so it’s a good investment.

Do you require underground power installed?

Baycoast Electrical and Control Solutions can easily carry out underground installations. Our company is also collaborating with the State and Federal Governments to perform undergrounding solutions to widen the overhead distribution network. Contact us below for more information.