IPC – Hailey-Ketchum Power Transmission Line – Idaho - Project Profile
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Idaho Power Company (IPC) is planning to build a power transmission line in Idaho, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 19.3km, 138KV power transmission line from Haily to Ketchum. Out of 19.3km, 3.2km line will be underground.
It also includes the construction of a substation and related infrastructure, and the installation of transformers and control units.
In October 2015, IPC received a conditional-use permit for the transmission line from Blaine County.
In November 2016, IPC applied for a certificate of public convenience and necessity, to get the go-head from the Idaho Public Utilities Commission.
In January 2017, project is facing delay due to refusal of conditional-use permit by Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission.
The project involves the construction of a 19.3km, 138KV power transmission line in Idaho, the US.
The US$30 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a substation
2. Construction of suspension towers
3. Installation of transformers
4. Installation of equipment
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