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Transmission Line Raises Cost Allocation Issues

The city planning commission in Wasilla, Alaska, is requiring Matanuska Electric Association to build new power lines underground to preserve scenic views along the Parks Highway near Wasilla. The $40 million project is approximately four times the cost
August 16, 2013

The city planning commission in Wasilla, Alaska, is requiring Matanuska Electric Association to build new power lines underground to preserve scenic views along the Parks Highway near Wasilla. The $40 million project is approximately four times the cost of standard above-ground transmission poles. The coop recently announced its plan to file a tariff case allocating costs to residents of Wasilla. More details on this decision can be found here.

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