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our home is powered by the power distribution grid (power grid in short) which in its most simplest form can be explained as this: 1. Power is generated from a power plant in turbines 2. Power is sent to a transmission substation 3. Power is sent through high voltage wires to a power substation 4. Power is sent from a power substation through power lines connected by power poles to a transformer drum out the front of your house. There should usually be a wire connecting the power pole to the front of your house. Power lines are commonly located above ground, connected by power poles which is usually the case in many suburban places, or underground, which is the case in most new developments or a city's central business district.

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