Grid United and Black Forest Partners are co-developing the Southline Transmission Project (Southline or the Project), a 280-mile, double-circuit, high voltage transmission line and associated substation facilities. The design provides the capability to transport power bi-directionally and will enable wind and solar resources from the Desert Southwest to reach key markets while improving the grid reliability of the border region. Southline will connect the electrical transmission systems of the El Paso and Tucson metropolitan areas and comprises new facilities between the Afton, New Mexico and Apache, Arizona substations, as well as upgrade WAPA facilities between the Apache and Vail, Arizona substations.
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