Rural electric cooperatives, hydroelectric customers express concerns with Clean Line transmission project
A group of rural electric cooperatives and users of hydroelectric power are expressing concerns about a project planned by Clean Line Energy Partners LLC to take electricity from wind farms in the Oklahoma Panhandle to Tennessee.
The Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives and the Southwestern Power Resources Association are worried their members could be on the hook for a share of the project’s $2 billion cost...
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