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I&M ‘Power Up’ includes projects in Decatur, Poe

February 6, 2014

Indiana Michigan Power has announced plans to kick off a $500 million project to improve infrastructure over the next eight years, including transmission systems that are 40 to 60 years old.
    The I&M project involves strengthening and rebuilding power lines, installing new transmission lines, building and upgrading substations and updating equipment, officials said.
    Plants in the Decatur, Monroeville, Roanoke and Auburn areas are scheduled for improvements. The work is part of a larger project by American Electric Power, the utility’s parent firm that has 5 million customers in 11 states.
    The average customer paying about $100 a month for electricity will see less than a $1 increase on monthly electric bills, according to an I&M spokesperson.
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