$128M power projects underway in Maryland and West Virginia
USA, Maryland: FirstEnergy is continuing work this summer and throughout the remainder of 2016 on distribution and transmission infrastructure projects totalling approximately $128 million in Potomac Edison’s service area in western Maryland and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.
The planned projects also include replacing transformers at a distribution substation near Mt. Airy, Maryland, at a cost of about $2.5 million to provide greater capacity to serve more than 3,400 customers in the eastern end of Frederick County, FirstEnergy said in a statement.
Transformers will also be replaced at a distribution substation near Charles Town, W.Va. at a cost of about $1 million to enhance service reliability for about 2,200 customers in the Charles Town and Ranson areas.