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How many amps run through a high tension power line?

Asked by an_anonymous_name (6points) December 12th, 2006
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Watts/Volts = Amps. So a typical 400 kV (400,000 V) might have a current draw of 100 MW (100,000,000 W). This would equal 250 Amps.
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