Appalachian Power and its affiliate, West Virginia Transmission Co., plan to strengthen electric reliability in southern West Virginia by making significant upgrades to the transmission system serving customers in Lincoln and Logan counties.
The Lincoln – Logan Power Improvements project includes building approximately 24 miles of new transmission line, two new substations and retiring about 17 miles of aging transmission line. The work will reduce the likelihood of extended outages by providing the region with a secondary power source.
Appalachian Power has announced its proposed line route for the Lincoln - Logan Power Improvements project. The route was determined following two informational open houses this summer where the company introduced study segments, shared details and gathered public input.
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