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    Electric Power Transmisson Applications with the State Corporation Commission


    Case Number Applicant Proposed Facility Location Status
    PUE-2002-00180 Virginia Power New 230kV underground transmission Sewell's Point substation (Norfolk) to U.S. Navy facility (0.52 miles) Approved 7/02
    PUE010663 Virginia Power New 500kV transmission From existing line to Tenaska power station (0.9 miles) Filed 3/02
    PUE010154 Virginia Power New 230kV transmission Eastern Loudon County (2.9 miles) Filed 4/01
    PUE000010 Virginia Power New 230kV transmission From new generating units to Ladysmith substation, Caroline County (4 miles) Approved 10/00
    PUE970766 American Electric Power New 765kV transmission Oceana, West Virginia to Jacksons Ferry (Wythe County) Approximately 90 miles total, 57 miles in Virginia Approved 5/01
    PUE910043 Virginia Power New 500kV transmission Joshua Falls (Campbell County) to North Anna (Louisa County), 87 miles Provisional certificate approved; amendment application filed 8/01

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