The Illuminating Company, a Cleveland-based utility that is part of FirstEnergy, has about $100 million of transmission & distribution (T&D) projects still on its 2016 project list. The utility already has spent more than $131 million this year to build a new substation and transmission line along with rebuilding and upgrading circuits, and inspecting and replacing utility poles and other equipment. The work is geared toward improving the reliability of the utility’s Transmission and distribution assets.

Industrial Info is tracking seven active Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company power projects worth $379.00 million.

Industrial Info's Transmission & Distribution database includes details on capital project spending, including grassroot substations and transmission systems, upgrades, modernizations, replacements, and other major capital expenditures in the T&D sector.

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