Hemlock - BrysonTransmission Line Project

AEP Ohio representatives plan power grid upgrades to improve electric reliability for customers in Meigs County. The Hemlock-Bryson Transmission Line Project involves building about 4 miles of 69-kilovolt power line, installing switch equipment and upgrading a substation.

Project Updates

Company representatives identified a proposed line route for the new transmission line in early 2022. Representatives expect construction to begin in summer 2025. Between now and when construction starts, landowners along the proposed line route can expect to hear from Property ROW, LLC, the right-of-way company representing this project.


Project Map (PDF)


Project Timeline



The project involves the use of single, steel poles.

Structure Height: 60-80 feet*
Right-of-Way Width: 50-60 feet*

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


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AEP Ohio provides electricity to nearly 1.5 million customers.

Kia Clay

Project Outreach Specialist

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