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US agency approves 500kV Susquehanna-Roseland power line

National Park Service, a US government agency, has given final approval for the proposed 146-mile Susquehanna-Roseland power line. Construction for the project, which is undertaken by Public Service Electric and Gas in New Jersey and PPL Electric Utilities in Pennsylvania, has already …

Power line project wins final approval

The National Park Service has granted final approved to a controversial, high-voltage power line running through Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The action clears the last major hurdle facing the $1.2 billion Susquehanna-Roseland project, a 500-kilovolt line that will run from …

PECO Electricity Rates Jump 21.5 Percent Monday

The cost of PECO-supplied electricity jumped 21.5 percent Monday, and will remain at the new rate through the end of 2012, Philly.com reports. That amounts to an increase of $13.95 a month for a customer using 750-kilowatt hours, the site calculated.

Susquehanna-Roseland transmission line receives final federal approval

The Susquehanna-Roseland power line, a grid upgrade that will improve electric service for millions of people in the Northeast, received final approval from the National Park Service when the agency issued a record of decision late October 1 affirming the utility-chosen route.