Conflicting views on TransWest project


Opinions are crossed on which of the four routes would be the best for the TransWest Transmission Line project.

As of now, there are still four potential routes being considered for the 725-mile, 600kV, high-voltage direct current project designed to deliver high capacity wind energy from Wyoming to renewable power-needing markets in Nevada, California and Arizona. There is a BLM-preferred route that runs through southern Carbon County and takes the lines closer to Baggs (Route 1-D); a county-proposed route that runs through a small part of eastern Sweetwater County and part of western Carb...

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