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Appalachian Power will host an open house April 29 at Cloverdale Elementary School to answer questions about a major construction project starting soon in Botetourt County. The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) on January 24 approved the company's request to complete a $237 million electric transmission infrastructure upgrade in and near the existing Cloverdale Substation.Construction work will begin in June 2014 and continue into 2017.
Appalachian Power today announced a project to improve the electric transmission system in and around Fayette County, W.Va. Work associated with the project will address voltage, thermal, and reliability issues identified by PJM, an independent regional transmission operator.
Beginning on or about June 1, Appalachian Power will maintain the rights of way for some power lines in West Virginia by applying herbicides by helicopter.
Appalachian Power submitted filings March 31 with the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) that will hold steady the company's base rate for the next two years. The company also asked to lower customer rates in a separate rate adjustment clause (RAC) filing.
The revised Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) for Appalachian Power's Smith Mountain Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project in Virginia is now available in its entirety online. Property owners, businesses, contractors and other interested parties can find the SMP at www.smithmtn.com . There are additional ways to get the information.
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