AEP Ohio plans to continue to improve the reliability of the electric transmission grid in central Stark County. The Stanley Court-Northeast Canton 69-kilovolt (kV) Transmission Line Project includes rebuilding approximately 3.5 miles of transmission line. The projected costs of the upgrades are approximately $8 million, an investment that will enhance reliability and accommodate future growth in the region by strengthening the electric infrastructure.
AEP Ohio is replacing the more than 45 year old structures with new steel, single pole structures. The infrastructure in the area has reached an age where it needs to be replaced to better serve area customers. This rebuild project will help ensure the continued reliability of the transmission system, which is vital to AEP Ohio’s current customers and supports the development of the area’s economy.
The new transmission line will traverse Canton and Plain townships in Stark County
Construction is underway on the new approximately 3.5-mile, 69-kV transmission line. Construction will begin with the building of access roads and clearing trees. The project team will begin work near the Northeast Canton Substation.
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