Conastone to Graceton
230 kV Line Reconductoring
Miles of Line
- Project scope includes reconductoring an existing double-circuit 230 kV transmission line from Conastone to Graceton, replacing insulators, and installing two double-circuit weathering steel poles approximate 125 ft tall each
- The project also includes various upgrades to equipment within the Conastone Substation to accommodate the transmission line rebuild
- Overall project length is approximately 8.5 miles
- PSC approval received March 4, 2020
- This project is subject to PSC approval and design changes
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View from Telegraph Road looking southwest. The majority of this project is reconductoring the existing double-circuit 230 kV transmission line. Reconductoring is replacing old transmission wire with new transmission wire. This effort will result in minimal visual change. This project is subject to PSC approval and design changes.
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