Teshmont played a key role in the recent completion of a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction of the Adelaide Substation, designed to meet downtown Winnipeg's increasing energy needs.
In January 2014, FERC proposed to adopt a new reliability standard intended to mitigate effects of geomagnetic disturbances, GMDs, as they pose potentially severe, widespread effects on the reliable operation of the bulk-power system. NERC is required to file the second stage reliability standards in January 2015.
Teshmont is proud to announce the finalization of an agreement with Manitoba Hydro to act as Owner's Engineer for the new Bipole III transmission project, connecting population centres in Central Canada and the Midwestern United States with abundant sources of hydro-electric power in Northern Manitoba. .