Lobo – Rio Bravo – North Edinburg Line is a 345kV overhead line with a length of 251.06km from Lobo, Texas, US, to North Edinburg, Texas, US.
Construction works on the Lobo – Rio Bravo – North Edinburg Line started in 2015 and the project was commissioned in 2016.
The Lobo – Rio Bravo – North Edinburg Line, which is an overhead line, is being operated by Electric Transmission Texas. The Lobo – Rio Bravo – North Edinburg Line is a new line. The line carries alternating current (AC) through double circuit cable.
Approximately $398m was financed by the authorities to undertake the construction works of the project.
Lobo – Rio Bravo – North Edinburg Line project development status
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in 2015 and the project works were completed in 2016.
About Electric Transmission Texas
Electric Transmission Texas LLC (ETT) is an electric utility service provider that constructs, owns and operates electricity transmission facilities within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. The utility operates projects such as Barney Davis to Naval Base Transmission Line, Hidalgo Wind, Horse Creek Wind, Rio Grande Valley Proposed Transmission Line, Razorback to Castroville Transmission Line Improvement Project, Marfa to Presidio Transmission Line Project, Oklaunion Station Upgrades, Presidio NaS Battery Project, North Edinburg-Loma Alta Transmission Project. It also has operations throughout Texas, the US. ETT is headquartered in Austin, Texas, the US.
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