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Ratepayers to Bear Cost of Wasilla Power Line

The Wasilla, Alaska, city planning commission is requiring Matanuska Electric Association to build new power lines underground at a cost of $40 million. This is approximately four times the cost of standard above-ground transmission poles. The coop say
August 15, 2013

The Wasilla, Alaska, city planning commission is requiring Matanuska Electric Association to build new power lines underground at a cost of $40 million. This is approximately four times the cost of standard above-ground transmission poles. The coop says that its customers in the city should pay a special surcharge to cover the costs of the underground installation. More details on this decision can be found here.

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