Substations, Houston, TX

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Our substations will allow you to redirect and distribute electricity appropriately.

Electricity is a strong source of power and takes the appropriate equipment to safely handle and control. One example of this equipment is substations, which convert electricity from a source into the right voltage before being sent off to the appropriate destination. This electricity is sent to many different destinations within the industrial, residential, and commercial spheres.

Substations in Houston, Texas

Without properly functioning substations, it can be difficult to regulate voltage for the electricity that needs to be dispersed. Power failure, damages, and other problems can arise when the wrong voltage is dispersed. However, many of these problems can be avoided by installing the correct substation.

Substations come in different sizes and other specifications according to how many places it distributes electricity to and other factors. When looking at different substations for your needs in the Houston, Texas area, you’ll want to pay attention to how each substation would affect your project and use this knowledge to select the right one.

For all of your electric equipment needs, reach out to us here at Electric Power Systems. Substations are just one type of electrical equipment that we provide for clients in both the industrial and commercial sectors. We’ve been in the electric equipment manufacturing industry since 1987, so you know that we have decades of experience manufacturing the right equipment for every client that we work with.


Don’t risk ruining or hindering your project with the wrong electrical equipment. Give us a call today to talk to us about your project. We’ll match you with the equipment that fits within your specifications.

At Electric Power Systems, we can build substations for those in Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Norfolk, Virginia; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; Houston, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Charleston, South Carolina.