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We know you depend on us for power, and we take that responsibility very seriously. Here are highlights of the work planned across your region in 2022. Below, you can also find a few key projects happening in Southeast Ohio to keep the power flowing to homes and businesses in your community.
Inspecting ~1,300k Miles of Electric Lines
Hazard Tree Removal From 89 Electrical Circuits
Replacing 529 Electric Poles
Upgrading Over 15 Miles of Electric Lines
Hemlock-Bryson Transmission Line Project
To improve electric reliability for customers in Meigs County, this project includes building about four miles of transmission line, installing switch equipment and upgrading the area’s electric substation. The planned improvements provide a new power source to strengthen the local electric power grid, helping to reduce the occurrence of power outages and speed restoration when an outage occurs.
Southeast Ohio Transmission Improvements
AEP Ohio and local electric cooperatives are coordinating efforts to upgrade the power grid, strengthening the electric system in Monroe, Noble and Washington counties. The approximate $250 million investment by AEP Ohio involves building 55 miles of transmission line and three substations as well as upgrading other electrical facilities to increase service reliability and support growth.
In addition to the major projects listed above, ongoing improvement and maintenance work will continue as needed across the region. Estimated work and timelines are subject to change dependent upon weather or unforeseen conditions.
Crooksville-Isabella Distribution Circuit
This project will build a new distribution station, retiring the station near Redfield, and creating two alternate sources to provide power to Redfield and South Fultonham communities. These upgrades include new overhead electric lines and equipment, and will help reduce power outages and facilitate faster restoration when an outage occurs.
Marietta Improvement Project
Crews will upgrade power lines and equipment between two electric substations. These improvements will provide another power source to the area, helping to reduce power outages to the area and speed up restoration when an outage occurs.
Roseville Asset Improvement
This project will upgrade the Roseville distribution station with higher voltage equipment, creating an alternate source to provide power to the communities the station serves. These upgrades will help facilitate faster outage restoration and station maintenance, and will eliminate the need for a mobile station transformer to be brought in during power outages or maintenance.
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