The Hayes-West Freemont Project consists of an approximately 30-mile long double circuit 138 kV transmission line from the line will run from the new Hayes Substation in Erie County to the existing West Fremont Substation in Sandusky County.  The new line will be built primarily on single wood poles with two guyed wood poles (steel poles may be installed at some locations) on 60-foot wide right-of-way access.  The preliminary estimate for this part of the project is $19 million.

The Ohio Power Siting Board certificated this project on August 25, 2014.

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