Second BOLD line
enters service in Indiana

On July 19, AEP energized the Reynolds–Meadow Lake 345-kV transmission line in northwest Indiana. The line is the second built using AEP’s BOLD®, Breakthrough Overhead Line Design technology and the first using a lattice structure design to support the compact line configuration.


The BOLD® Transmission app lets you put a virtual BOLD structure in your backyard, along an existing right of way, in a conference room… anywhere you’d like.


 


By offering reduced structure heights, greater efficiency and more capacity, BOLD technology improves views, requires less foundation and structure materials, and can move more power through existing rights of way. In addition, the curved arm reduces negative interactions with birds.

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Second BOLD line enters service in Indiana

On July 19, AEP energized the Reynolds–Meadow Lake 345-kV transmission line in northwest Indiana. The line is the second built using AEP’s BOLD®, Breakthrough Overhead Line Design technology and the first using a lattice structure design to support the compact line configuration.

Read More