The proposed Lamping-Rouse transmission line is part of the overall Southeast Ohio Improvements Project. The 23-kV infrastructure has reached an age where it is in need of rebuild and redesign to improve reliability for customers across the region. Bringing additional power sources into the region will improve electric service reliability.
The Lamping-Rouse transmission line is a 138-kilovolt (kV) transmission line that connects the new Lamping Substation to Rouse Substation in Monroe County. This project will improve service for customers, decrease power interruptions and speed recovery of service when outages occur.
The Lamping-Rouse line will be approximately five miles long, depending on the route selected. The line will likely run through Washington Township in Monroe County. AEP Ohio anticipates building the new transmission line primarily with single pole or H-Frame, steel structures.
AEP Ohio projects the Lamping-Rouse line will be an approximate $7 million investment by the company.
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The OPSB granted a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility and Public Need to construct this project on Aug 17. The transmission right-of-way group is currently working to acquire the necessary land and easements for construction.
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