Transmission Projects

Transmission lines carry high voltage electricity from generation facilities to your local substation. From there, smaller distribution lines carry power to your home.

PEC owns and maintains about 304 miles of transmission system, but as our Hill Country community continues to grow, our system grows, too.

Maintaining and improving our transmission equipment is a mainstay of our commitment to delivering low-cost, reliable, and safe energy solutions.

Current Transmission Projects

Blockhouse to Whitestone Substations, Transmission Line Upgrades
PEC will rebuild and upgrade the existing wood-pole 138-kilovolt transmission line that connects the Blockhouse substation to the Whitestone substation in Williamson County.

Marshall Ford to Trading Post (T315), Marshall Ford to Paleface (T323)
PEC will rebuild and upgrade the existing 7.6-mile 138 kV transmission line that connects the Marshall Ford substation to the Trading Post substation and Marshall Ford substation to Paleface substation.

Nameless to Leander Substations, Transmission Line Upgrades (T327)
PEC will rebuild and upgrade the existing 6.8-mile 138 kV transmission line that connects the Nameless substation to the Leander substation. Upgrades are scheduled to begin in the fall of 2023 and are estimated to be completed spring of 2024.

Trading Post to Cedar Valley Substations, Transmission Line Upgrades (T623)
PEC will rebuild and upgrade the existing 6.2-mile 138 kV transmission line that connects the Trading Post substation to the Cedar Valley substation. Upgrades are scheduled to begin in the fall of 2023 and are estimated to be completed by spring of 2024.

Wirtz to Flatrock to Paleface, Transmission Line Upgrades
PEC is upgrading the existing 17.4 mile electric transmission line running from Travis County to Burnet County which connects Wirtz, Flatrock, and Paleface Substations.