DENVER (AP) — The company behind a proposed $3 billion power line that would run through Wyoming, Utah, Colorado and Nevada expects a key document to be released next week.
TransWest Express LLC general counsel Roxane Perruso says federal officials plan to publicly release a draft environmental impact statement on the project June 28. The document will include a look at potential environmental impacts and alternatives to the proposal. The public will have time to comment on it.
Perruso spoke Friday at an Energy Bar Association chapter meeting at the Denver office of law firm Patton Boggs LLP.
TransWest Express is part of the Anschutz Corp. Its proposed transmission line is meant to deliver Wyoming wind power to California, Arizona and Nevada.