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Transmission Shifts Forward

Transmission Shifts Forward

New generation and new demand drive new transmission plans.

To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of the death — or even decline — of investments in electric transmission appear to be greatly exaggerated. According to a March 2015 report from the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), U.S. utilities and their partners are involved in at least 170 transmission projects, representing $47.9 billion in transmission investments through 2025. Those numbers, EEI adds, represent only a portion of the total transmission investment it anticipates coming from its memb

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