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Dennison – Yager Transmission Line

The Dennison – Yager Transmission Line involves rebuilding approximately 7 miles of 69-kV line. The line will be upgraded with steel poles and built to 138-kV standards, although it will continue to be operated at 69-kV. The line connects the Dennison Substation in Harrison County to a new Yager Substation, which is currently under construction in Tuscarawas County.

These improvements are one part of the multi-phase Eastern Ohio Tri-County Improvements, an approximately $66 million investment designed to create a 138-kV loop in eastern Ohio that will reduce electric outages in the region and provide the capacity for future business expansion. The multi-phase project includes rebuilding approximately 20-miles of transmission line, adding 5-miles of new line and constructing a new Yager Substation.

The Dennison – Yager transmission line is an approximately $15 million investment. It is necessary to ensure a reliable and adequate supply of energy is available for the area, which has seen a dramatic increase in economic development related to the shale gas industry.

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Project Updates

The Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) granted approval to construct this project on May 4, 2017. Tree clearing and access road construction will begin at the end of the year.

Project Releases

Fact Sheet

Timeline


Structures

 

Proposed Structures

AEP Ohio will build new steel, single pole structures that will be between 80 and 100-feet tall. The structures will be placed in the center of an approximate 100-foot wide right-of-way corridor.

*Exact structure, height and right-of-way may vary


* The accompanying map depicts the project area. It should be noted that the map contained on this site is for information purposes only. AEP reserves the right to alter, change, or amend the map at any time without notice and AEP provides no warranty about the accuracy of content. Keep this in mind when reviewing this map. However, AEP will make all attempts to keep this map as accurate as possible. If you have any questions about the accuracy of the current map please Contact Us.