Biers Run-Hopetown-Delano Transmission Project is an estimated 12-mile long, 138-kV transmission line that will run entirely in Ross County connecting the new Biers Run Substation to the existing Delano Substation. The project will cost about $17 million to construct and will consist of 86-foot single-pole, steel structures to minimize the physical and perceived visual impact of the facilities. The typical right of way will be a total of 100 feet wide.
AEP Transco submitted their application for the Biers Run-Hopetown-Delano 138 kV Transmission Line project on January 8, 2014, and is still awaiting the Ohio Power Siting Board approval.
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