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At Dominion Energy, we are dedicated to finding the best solution for the long-term energy needs within the communities we serve. As we remain focused on reliability, we have identified an aging electric transmission line, which has been in operation for over five decades, and have initiated a project to rebuild the line. This aging line which is known as the North - Wagener 46 kV line is 13 miles in length and will be rebuilt exclusively on existing rights-of-way.

The engineering design and environmental permitting began in the third quarter of 2020 and will continue throughout the year. Line construction is expected to start in the summer of 2021 and is expected to be complete by the end of 2022. Letters will be sent out to impacted property owners along the route as DESC gets closer to construction.

Dominion Energy South Carolina will be replacing the existing 46 kilovolt (kV) wooden poles along this 13-mile corridor with self-supporting galvanized steel structures. The new line will be designed to meet all modern electric codes as well as provide additional reliability and resiliency to the areas along the route. The rebuilt lines will be constructed by contractors of Dominion Energy. At this time, DESC expects there to be no interruptions in power to its customers.

The project begins in North, SC and travels west. Along the way, the line crosses Highway 321, Salley Road, Highway 3 and ends in the town of Perry.

While most of the line is away from heavily traveled areas, there may be traffic control set up at road crossings occasionally as Dominion Energy and its contractors ensure the work is completed safely and effectively.

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