Biers Run Substation is a 345/138/69kV substation located in Biers Run, Ohio, US. The construction works on Biers Run Substation began in 2015. The project was commissioned in 2017.


The Biers Run Substation project is a new substation being operated by AEP Ohio.

The designed voltage level of the project is 345/138/69kV, while the operating voltage level is 345/138/69kV. The step-in voltage of the substation is 345kV and the step-out voltage is 69kV.

Biers Run Substation has received approval from Ohio Public Utilities Commission to undertake the works on the project. Approximately $22m was financed by the authorities for the construction works of the project.

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