Millbrook Park - South Point138-kV Transmission Line Rebuild Project


AEP Ohio representatives plan to increase electric reliability in Scioto and Lawrence counties by updating the local electric transmission system. The Millbrook Park-South Point 138-kV Transmission Line Rebuild Project involves upgrading about 35 miles of 138-kilovolt (kV) power line.

The existing transmission line consists of 90-year-old aging lattice towers. The infrastructure has shown significant deterioration resulting in service interruptions. Upgrading to modern steel poles reduces the need for ongoing power line maintenance and improves electric reliability.

Company representatives expect to file an application with the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) in spring 2023, with approval expected within one year. If approved, construction begins spring 2025.

Project Updates

Summer 2021: AEP Ohio representatives encourage landowners to submit their feedback about the project by August 31. To provide comments on how this project affects your property, please use the comment form below.

Timeline

Project Timeline

Structures

Structure

The project involves the use of single, steel poles.

Typical Pole Height Range: 75-105 feet*
Right-of-Way Width Range: 100-200 feet*

* Exact structure, height and right-of-way may vary

Resources

AEP Right-of-Way Process Virtual Open House Project Fact Sheet Access Roads Field Activities

AEP Ohio provides electricity to nearly 1.5 million customers.

www.AEPOhio.com

Maggie Beggs

Project Outreach Specialist
380-205-5178
mrbeggs@aep.com

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