Powering Up South: Southern Fort Wayne - Decatur Area is an $80 million investment focusing on improvements in Allen and Adams counties between New Haven, east of Fort Wayne, and Decatur. Providing additional capacity and simplifying the overall system locally is vital not only to current customers, but also to support the development of the region's economy. Upgrading the aging electric backbone of the area is essential in ensuring safe, reliable power is delivered to homes and businesses.
Project details include upgrading approximately 17 miles of an existing 34.5-kV transmission line with old structures to a more efficient and reliable 69-kV transmission line with new structures. About 3 miles of new 69-kV transmission line will also be constructed along County Road 1100 N., tapping into structures south of Hoagland and connecting structures in Decatur. Equipment upgrades will also be completed at the Lincoln and Tillman substations. Two new substations will be constructed - Yost Bridge and Muldoon Mill - while the Poe substation will be retired.
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