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Salt Springs to Lower Bear River Reservoir

Kirkwood Meadows Public Utility District (KMPUD) commissioned the Out Valley Electrical Project to provide reliable electrical grid service near South Lake Tahoe.  The project consisted...

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MPRP Central Loop

Project Description The Main Power Reliability Program (MPRP) is intended to keep Central Maine Power’s system operating reliably over the next ten years, and to...

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Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project

The Alaska Energy Authority proposed a new hydroelectric project in Southern Alaska, which would include a dam, reservoir and related facilities. Upon completion (estimated 2024),...

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Iowa Hill Pump Storage Project

The Iowa Hill Pump Storage Project is a Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) project located in El Dorado County. The proposed facility would pump water...

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Central Subway Cross Passage

The Central Subway is the second phase of the Third Street Light Rail Project, which entailed construction of an efficient light rail line to improve...

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Troy Meadows 500 kV Segment

The Susquehanna-Roseland Electric Reliability Project is a 500 kV transmission line from the Berwick, Pennsylvania area to Roseland, New Jersey. Public Service Electric and Gas...

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Northwest Transmission Line

The Northwest Transmission Line (NTL) is a new, 287 kV transmission line located in northern British Columbia.  The approximately 214 mile (344 km) alignment connects...

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Lansing-Harmony 161 kV

ITC Midwest commissioned the refurbishment of an existing 161 kV transmission line. The 50-mile Lansing to Harmony alignment runs through northeast Iowa and southeast Minnesota...

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US 89 Landslide

On February 20, 2013, a landslide occurred on U.S. 89 near Page, Arizona. More than 150 feet of roadway buckled causing the indefinite closure of...

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