R-Project

Transmission-Line

Project Status:

Public Hearings
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
(Mini Open house 12:00-1:00 p.m.)
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
(Mini Open House 6:00-7:00 p.m.)
November 4 Logan County,
Logan County Fairgrounds
71 Hwy 83, Stapleton
Lincoln County,
Holiday Inn Express,
300 Frontage Road, North Platte
November 6 Thomas County,
Thomas County Fairgrounds,
83861 Hwy 83, Thedford
Blaine County,
Brewster Community Center,
250 Garfield Ave., Brewster
November 10 Garfield County,
American Legion,
657 G Street, Burwell
Loup County,
Loup County Community Center,
406 4th Street, Taylor
November 12 Wheeler County,
Wheeler-Central High School (new gym),
214 5th Street, Bartlett
Holt County,
Chambers Community Center,
107 E. Main St., Chambers

 

Project Overview:

NPPD plans to construct a 345,000-volt transmission line from NPPD’s Gerald Gentleman Station near Sutherland to a new substation to be sited adjacent to NPPD’s existing substation east of Thedford. The new line will then proceed east and connect to a second substation to be sited in the Holt/Antelope/Wheeler County area.

Referred to as the R-Project, the approximately 220-mile-long line will help enhance operation of NPPD’s electric transmission system, relieve congestion from existing lines within the transmission system, and provide additional opportunities for development of renewable energy projects

Public Involvement Process:

NPPD uses a comprehensive public involvement process when siting transmission lines. Typically, three rounds of public open house meetings are held, followed by a public hearing. Public input is encouraged throughout the entire process.

During this project, NPPD will meet with area landowners; local, county and state government officials; and representatives of the appropriate regulatory agencies within the respective project area and communities.

NPPD will use a variety of communication methods to obtain comments and other valuable information needed for the route-siting/decision-making process.

 

Questions? Contact Us!

Project Hotline: 1-888-677-3412 (toll-free)
Email: powerline@nppd.com