ATXI seeks Missouri regulatory approval to operate 345-kV switchyard associated with Mark Twain line
The company noted that it has the financial ability to own, operate, and maintain the Hughes switchyard, which was built at a cost of about $9.6m using funds from ATXI’s treasury and which will be covered by the charges addressed in the generator interconnection agreement, ATXI said
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