An interesting article relating the benefits of underground power in the face a bad weather. Hurricane Sandy cuts power for millions. Why aren’t utility lines underground? – CSMonitor.com.
As a way to increase system reliability and also to beautify the area, Winter Park, Florida is working on a long-term project to bury power lines underground. Winter Park buries power lines in project that may last 17 years. 9:41 p.m. EST, May 20, 2012|By Anika Myers Palm, Orlando Sentinel The Winter Park of 2029
PHILADELPHIA, Apr 26, 2012 PECO will invest approximately $3.2 million this year to replace and perform preventative maintenance on about 19 miles of underground cable that delivers electricity to thousands of residential customers across the region. About $3 million will be spent to replace 14 miles of underground cable this year. Work has already been
May 4 – McClatchy-Tribune Regional News – Canan Tasci San Bernardino County Sun, Calif. Confidential settlement negotiations on alternatives for a 500 kilovolt power line route in Chino Hills have started among California Public Utilities Commission, Southern California Edison and city officials. CPUC officials on Thursday announced the talks will include discussions about undergrounding the
PG&E’s Meadow Vista dig to bury power lines – Auburn Journal. Another project in Northern California to underground power lines.
The argument in favor of installing more power lines underground in the UK is heating up. Burying electricity power lines ‘cheaper than National Grid claims’
Some interesting perspectives on the pros and cons of putting power lines underground. If Power Lines Fall, Why Don’t They Go Underground?
A perspective on putting power lines underground in a rural setting – the aesthetic and social impact. Will power cables be pushed underground?
Estherville – Conversion of overhead wires to underground system continues – EsthervilleDailyNews.com | News, Sports, Jobs, North Central Iowa, Emmet County — Estherville Daily News
Underground system upgrades in Iowa. Estherville – Conversion of overhead wires to underground system continues – EsthervilleDailyNews.com | News, Sports, Jobs, North Central Iowa, Emmet County — Estherville Daily News. From the article: “We have had a few weather-related calls,” said Eveleth. “All of these will continue to decrease as more of our system is
New underground power project in Missouri. Underground electric lines coming to Independence.