- Jan 7, 2021 9:01 pm GMT
This development is a pretty major accomplishment in the transmission world. The $1.4B transmission line project was first approved in 2011 as part of the Multi-Value Projects, which is a interstate effort to enhance regional transmission in the Midwest U.S. to better adapt to the growing reliance on renewable resources.
From the article: "The $1.4 billion Illinois Rivers Project provides local and regional benefits, including improved energy grid reliability, increased transmission capacity, access to lower-cost energy and electricity from renewable sources for Midwestern families and businesses."
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