Graceton to Maryland Line
230 kV Line Rebuild
Miles of Line
- This project helps to resolve PJM requirements as identified in 2014-15 PJM RTEP Market Efficiency Study and is required for BGE to meet its obligations under the Operating Agreement with PJM
- This project resolves transmission system congestion and reduces associated congestion costs in the PJM market, thus providing economic benefit to BGE customers
- This project is a part of a larger PJM Project that was previously approved by PJM. This portion of the project is related to facilities in BGE’s service territory, specifically the Graceton Substation and a new transmission line connecting it to the Furnace Run Substation
- Construct a new 230 kV circuit from BGE’s Graceton Substation to the Maryland state line
- Modify BGE’s Graceton substations to install the additional circuit
- Relocate the Graceton-Cooper circuit 22093 entrance into BGE’s Graceton Substation
- Overall project length is approximately 2 miles
- This project is subject to PSC approval and design changes
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View from Wheeler School Road looking north. This project is subject to PSC approval and design changes.
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