Trans-Allegheny Interstate Line Co. has reached agreement with the Consumer Advocate Division of the Public Service Commission of West Virginia on certain issues raised in the company’s application to construct the Trans-Allegheny Interstate Line (TrAIL), a new 500-kV transmission line.
As part of the settlement agreement filed yesterday, the parties agree on the following issues:
“This agreement demonstrates that reasonable and fair solutions can be achieved for this critical project,” said David E. Flitman, president of Allegheny Power and Trans-Allegheny Interstate Line Company. “The line is vital to ensure the reliability of the electric transmission system, and we are extremely pleased to reach an agreement on these important issues.”
The agreement requires approval of the Commission to be effective