Victor SubstationTransmission Line Project

Appalachian Power representatives plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid in Fayette County.

The Victor Substation Transmission Line Project involves building approximately 3 miles of 69-kilovolt (kV) transmission line, building a new substation and retiring two substations.

Project Updates

January 5, 2022: The project team has determined a proposed power line route. The interactive map above shows the transmission line that crews plan to build. Directly impacted landowners can expect to hear about next steps from Emerald Energy, the right-of-way contractor representing Appalachian Power.

June 18, 2021: Project representatives encourage landowners to submit their feedback about the project by Friday, July 16. To provide comments on how this project affects your property or to provide special conditions related to your property, please use the comment from below or call 833-313-3743.

Project Releases

News Release - January 5, 2022 (PDF)
News Release - June 18, 2021 (PDF)


Project Timeline



Crews plan to build the transmission line using a combination of steel H-frame poles and lattice towers.

Structure Height: Approximately 85 feet*
Right-of-Way Width: Approximately 100 feet*

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


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

Jessica Wright Lemons

Project Outreach Specialist

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