Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV is a 765kV overhead line with a length of 69.4km from Reynolds, Indiana, the US, to Green Town, Indiana, the US.
Construction works on the Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV started in 2016 and the project was commissioned in 2018.
The Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV, which is an overhead line, is being operated by Duke Energy. The Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV is a new line. The line carries alternating current (AC) through double circuit cable.
Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV project development status
The development of the Reynolds – Greentown Line – New – 765 kV project was approved by Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission in 2016 and the project works were completed in 2018.
About Duke Energy
Duke Energy Corp (Duke Energy) is an integrated energy utility that undertakes the generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity; transportation and sale of natural gas; and provision of related energy services in the Southeast and Midwest regions of the US. It also procures and markets electricity and fuel. The company operates power plants using a diverse mix of coal, nuclear, natural gas, oil and renewable sources. It has Regulated Utilities operations in Indiana, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina in the US. It also operates commercial power transmission business. Duke Energy is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, the US.
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