The project involves a new approximately seven-mile, overhead, double-circuit 230-kV transmission line and a related 230/69-kV substation, to be located generally east of the Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport in the City of Mesa, Town of Queen Creek, and Maricopa County in Arizona, SRP noted.
Pineville, La. (July 31, 2018) – To strengthen power service reliability for customers in southeast Louisiana, Cleco Power began construction this month on a 12-mile, storm-hardened transmission line from Amelia, La. to its Bayou Vista […]
Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings administrative law judges, in an Aug. 2 proposal for decision, recommended that the Public Utility Commission of Texas approve Oncor Electric Delivery Company’s proposed route 1180, with modifications on Links E1, F1, and J1, in relation to a 345-kV, double-circuit transmission line that the company has proposed.
According to the minutes of the commission’s July 26 meeting, the commission determined that the proposed project will satisfy the reasonable needs of the public for an adequate supply of electric energy.
The company noted that its Energy Vision 2020 initiative adds new wind projects in Wyoming that will provide a total 1,150 MW of new wind energy capacity, add a new 140-mile high-voltage transmission line in Wyoming, as well as repower 900 MW of existing wind resources in Wyoming and Washington.
Public Utility Commission of Texas approves Oncor Electric Delivery Company’s application to amend its certificate of convenience and necessity for a 138-kV transmission line within Winkler County, according to a July 30 notice of approval signed by Irene Montelongo, director, Docket Management.
New Mexico Public Regulation Commission Hearing Examiner Ashley Schannauer also recommended that the commission order that SunZia’s request for the determination of a 200-foot width of right of way (ROW) for each of the two proposed transmission lines that are part of the project is granted.