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Appalachian Power proposes $90M transmission project in West Virginia

Appalachian Power Co. proposed a $90 million transmission line project in Lincoln and Logan counties, W.Va.

The Lincoln-Logan Power Improvements project, announced Oct. 9, entails building approximately 24 miles of new 138-kV transmission line, constructing two new substations, and retiring the Sheridan substation and 17 miles of 69-kV transmission line once new construction is complete.

Construction work is expected to start by fall 2018 and be completed by the end of 2020, the American Electric Power Co. Inc. subsidiary said in a news release.