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PUC could save more than $140 million on proposed lines

Posted: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:15 am

There may be a less expensive method to bring wind energy from West Texas than building proposed power lines through the Hill Country.

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas released its analysis on alternative routes for the Gillespie to Newton and McCamey D to Kendall to Gillespie transmission line routes Monday.

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