About the Project

The $14 million Lasher Road Substation Project will serve the greater Saratoga New York area by increasing the reliability of electrical service to our residential customers. The Project calls for the construction of a new combined switching and 115/13.2 kilovolt (kV) distribution substation, with associated 115kV line connections, near the intersection of Lasher Road and Randall Road in the Town of Ballston. Once the new station is constructed, National Grid will retire the existing Randall Road Station located at the intersection of Randall Road and Hop City Road. Construction of the substation is expected to commence in 2017.

Features & Benefits

  • The Project will increase and improve reliability of electrical service to the region, allowing for future economic development.
  • National Grid will construct a new 115kV substation on Lasher Road and eventually retire the aging Randall Road substation.
  • The new, modern equipment will allow for rapid service restoration in case of an outage.
  • The Project will improve electric service reliability by relieving load to residential customers in the area.

News & Events

Keep up to date on the status of the Lasher Road Station Project.

Click on the links below to learn more about upcoming meetings, events and news articles.

  • June 23, 2015 Project Open House
    • National Grid hosted an Open House to discuss the construction of a new 34.5kV line on Rock City Road in West Milton. Click here for more information.

Get in Touch

For more information about the Lasher Road Station Project, please send us an email or call us at (844) 727-6648.

Contact Us

National Grid
P: (844) 727-6648
E: info@capitalregionreliability.com