The Huddsfield electricity network is comprised of four electric substations, all owned and operated by the local authority.
Each substation is connected to the rest via a network of electric cables.
Huddams station is one of the stations.
It is one big substation, and its capacity is around 600MW, but its capacity will be expanded in the future.
Huddams is the largest of the four electric stations in the area.
The other two are in Huddings, east London, and in Oldham, south London.
The substations in Huddlemans area are being decommissioned.
The Huddlehouse station in Old Huddington is being decomissioned, but the network remains operational.
The grid is being replaced with an electrified network that will provide more power to the whole of the network, but not necessarily to Huddins station.
Huddlehouses power station is being upgraded to a more modern version of the old system, with the rest of the station being electrified to provide more electricity.
Electricity is also being provided to some other locations, including Huddocks station, in the city of Bristol.
The electrification of the Huddlefields grid is scheduled to begin later this year.