Fort Robinson - HillTransmission Line Rebuild Project


The Fort Robinson-Hill Transmission Line Rebuild Project involves upgrading approximately 14 miles of 69-kilovolt (kV) transmission line and two substations in Scott County, Virginia and Sullivan County, Tennessee.

Construction begins in fall 2022 and concludes by fall 2024.

Project Updates

03/04/2022: The project team has determined a proposed line route after reviewing input from landowners and community members. In the coming weeks, landowners along the line route can expect to hear from a representative of Contract Land Services, the right-of-way contractor representing Appalachian Power. To view the proposed line route, click on the "Map" tab below.

10/19/2021: Project representatives encourage landowners to submit their feedback about the project by Friday, November 19. To provide comments on how this project affects your property or to provide special conditions related to your property, please use the comment form below or call 833-313-3743.

Project Releases

News Release - 03/04/22 (PDF)

News Release - 10/19/21 (PDF)

Map

Project Map (PDF)

Timeline

Project Timeline

Structures

Structure

Crews plan to rebuild the power line using single steel poles.

At Appalachian Power, we are committed to meeting the energy needs of customers while protecting the environment and natural beauty of the region.

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

Resources

Virtual Open House Project Fact Sheet Access Roads Field Activities

Appalachian Power serves approximately 1 million customers in West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee.

www.AppalachianPower.com

Jessica Wright Lemons

Project Outreach Specialist
833-313-3743
jeswright@aep.com

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