Dust storms are a common occurrence in the Texas Panhandle. This is a view of a SWEPCO distribution line near Dodson. The company 69,000-volt transmission line between Clarendon and Childress will be rebuilt to ensure reliability in the area.
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Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) plans to make a variety of improvements in the Summer Grove area of Shreveport.
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Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) plans to rebuild about seven miles of existing transmission line in the Hallsville and Longview areas.
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Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) plans to rebuild about 16 miles of existing 138,000-volts transmission line in the North Shreveport and Longwood areas.
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Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) is investing approximately $130 million through 2019 in Powering Up Northeast Texas, an initiative to replace and upgrade aging infrastructure. Continue reading “SWEPCO announces Powering Up Northeast Texas program with open house events”
Chris Martel, right, SWEPCO tranimission right-of-way agent, Shreveport, visits with customers at the Open House.
SWEPCO plans to rebuild about six miles of existing 69,000-volts transmission line in Henderson, Tx.
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The majority of these projects include replacing old, wooden poles with steel, single-pole structures as seen in this photo.
Transmission facilities are the backbone of the electric grid. They carry electricity from power plants to the local distribution lines that serve your neighborhood. Strengthening these facilities will make the electric system more reliable, both in day-to-day operations and in the face of severe weather.
That’s why SWEPCO is investing more than $46 million to upgrade the transmission system serving the Shreveport-Bossier City area.
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