Appalachian Power and its affiliate, AEP West Virginia Transmission Co.Inc., plan to upgrade the electric transmission grid in Fayette and Raleigh counties. The Bradley – Scarbro Transmission Line Project includes rebuilding 8 miles of transmission line, upgrading existing substations, and retiring a substation. These upgrades will strengthen the system and reduce the likelihood of power outages. Construction is expected to begin Fall 2019 and be completed Summer 2021.
02/15/2019 – Appalachian Power determined a proposed route for the rebuild of a transmission line in Fayette and Raleigh counties. Right-of-way agents from Emerald Energy will reach out to affected landowners to discuss next steps in the process.
12/18/2018 - Appalachian Power held an open house on December 12 to introduce proposed study segments, answer questions related to the project and gather feedback from the community. The company will utilize the information gathered to determine a proposed line route.
11/28/2018 - Appalachian Power will host an open house to introduce proposed study segments and answer questions related to the project. The open house will be Wednesday, December 12, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Mount Hope Housing Authority, 9B Midtown Terrace.
Appalachian Power will use two types of galvanized steel single-circuit structures. The majority of the structures will be H-frames, but lattice tower structures will also be utilized.
Appalachain Power is committed to carefully balancing the energy needs of homes and businesses while protecting the environment and the natural beauty of the region.
Structure Height: Approximately 75 feet
Right-of-way width: Approximately 100 feet
*Exact structure, height and right-of-way may vary
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