Glencoe - Speidel 138kV Transmission Line Project

    The Glencoe-Speidel 138kV Transmission Line Project involves upgrading about 13 miles of transmission line. The project traverses Warren, Goshen and Smith townships in Belmont County. The last major reinforcement in this area was done more than 60 years ago.

    The existing 69-kilovolt (kV) facilities were built in the 1940s. These will be replaced with 138-kV lines and structures. This will allow the lines to carry more current and help meet customers’ increased demand for power. The company anticipates completion of this project in spring 2020. This project will help ensure the continued reliability of the transmission system for the region’s residential, commercial and industrial customers.

    AEP Ohio projects the Glencoe-Speidel line will be an approximate $20 million investment by the company.

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    Project Updates

    Early 2020: Construction activities are beginning in areas where we have secured easements. Crews are working at various locations along the power line route until late 2021, as construction is completed in phases.

    Project Releases

    Fact Sheet



    AEP Ohio will build new steel, single pole structures that will be about 90-feet tall. The structures will be placed in an approximate 100-foot wide right-of-way corridor.

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

    State Approval Process

    • For information regarding the approval process with the State of Ohio, please visit the Ohio Power Siting Board website.

    * 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.