Emergency Mobile Communications Tower
An emergency mobile communications tower had been a recurring dream of one of our tech services engineers. The disastrous circumstances that would create the need for his wondrous idea to ignite arose during the Spring Fire. The new mobile tower, enclosed in a 8-foot by 12-foot trailer, includes an automated meter, radio and networking infrastructure, even air conditioning to keep the stacks of equipment cool. It is powered by existing power lines or the generator that is also part of the mobile tower. The emergency mobile communications tower is being used until we are finished rebuilding the tower and building on the new permanent site. Read more about the Emergency Mobile Communications Tower here.
Mobile Power Substation
San Isabel Electric had our mobile power substation, stockpiles of equipment and materials, and contractors on standby, ready to deploy as soon as fire managers said it was safe to enter the burn area. Click on the pictures below to learn more.
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|Subdivision name||Total days without power (power has been restored to the main lines in these areas)|
|(CR 570 South Red Wing||6 days|
|CL&G CR 530||6 days|
|CL&G CR 540 (Greenhorn)||4 days|
|Paradise Acres||15 days|
|Majors Ranch CR 530||6 days|
|Majors Ranch CR 520||4 days|
|Tres Valles||6 days|
|Middle Creek||4 days|
|Sulfur Springs||6 days|
|Piney Ridge||6 days|
|Rasberry Mountain||5 days|
|Spanish Peaks – Brittons||5 days|
|Forbes Park||17 days|