Appalachian Power representatives plan to upgrade the transmission system in Huntington and Kenova, West Virginia, and South Point, Ohio. The South Point-West Huntington Transmission Line Rebuild Project involves upgrading approximately 6.5 miles of electric transmission line in or near the existing right-of-way.
The South Point-West Huntington transmission line is almost 100 years old and experiences power outages due to aging equipment. Replacing the line with modern equipment improves electric reliability and strengthens the transmission system in the area.
Construction begins early 2024 and concludes early 2025.
January 19, 2022 - Project representatives encourage landowners to submit their feedback about the project by Friday, February 18. To provide comments on how this project affects your property or to provide special conditions related to your property, please use the form below or call 833-313-3743.
Crews plan to rebuild the line using steel H-frame structures.
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 requirements may vary
Please note that these maps are preliminary and do not reflect any final power line route decisions.
Step 1: Below is an Overview Map that displays the entire project area. Please use the Overview Map to find the general location of your property.
Step 2: Each outlined area on the Overview Map represents a single, numbered Map Page that shows that section in greater detail. Visit the appropriate Map Page below for your area.
Appalachian Power serves approximately 1 million customers in West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee.
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