The Mt. Pleasant to Glasgow project is a 138 kV line that runs along the existing transmission corridor that goes west from the Mt. Pleasant Substation, north along the Maryland/Delaware state lines, across the C & D Canal, and then to the Glasgow Substation. The project work involved replacing the current, double-wood-pole “H” frame style line with two single-steel-pole lines. One set of the new steel poles will replace the existing transmission line and the other set of new steel poles will be used for a new transmission line. Both lines are the same voltage – 138 kV – as the existing “H” frame line. Construction work began in March of 2012 and was completed in 2013.
|Project Sponsor||Line Miles||Voltage (kV)||From State||To State||Year in Service|
|Delmarva Power and Light Co.||11||138||DE||DE||2013|
|Estimated Costs ($M)||Voltage Type||Project Status||Project Group||Origin Point||Destination Point|
|31||Operating||Mt. Pleasant Substation||Glasgow|
|Interstate||Build Start||NERC||ISO/RTO||Country||Project Partners|