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an electric reliability project
Construction and pre-construction activities are underway on segments of the Susquehanna-Roseland transmission line. Click on the link below to find out what is going on in towns along the line.
The Susquehanna-Roseland Electric Reliability Project is a 500,000 volt transmission line from the Berwick area in Pennsylvania to PSE&G’s substation in Roseland, New Jersey. PSE&G is building the New Jersey portion of the line, while PPL Electric Utilities, based in Allentown, PA, will build the Pennsylvania portion.
The power line project was mandated by PJM Interconnection, the regional entity responsible for planning the transmission system, who determined that the new line was necessary to ensure reliable electric service.
With approval from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, PSE&G is beginning construction of the new line, which will be in service in June 2015.
The New Jersey portion of the line is 45 miles, beginning in Hardwick, Warren County, proceeding east to Andover, Sussex County, and on to Jefferson, Morris County. The route continues east to Montville and then turns south to Roseland, Essex County.
This website is intended to provide updates on the status of the project, and information on where and when you can expect to see construction in your neighborhood.
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