Segment C - Oquirrh to Terminal
Within the overall Energy Gateway expansion area, Northern Utah represents the fastest growing area in Utah and one of the major growth areas within the region. New transmission lines and substations are necessary to provide additional capacity to serve the growing electrical demand of customers and to improve reliability and operational flexibility of the electrical system. These additional transmission facilities are also needed to prepare for future generation resources.
Our company is committed to providing safe, reliable, cost-effective power and has proposed a project to establish a new high-voltage transmission line connecting two substations in the Salt Lake area. The line will be located in an existing high-voltage transmission line corridor. It will run between the Oquirrh substation, near 10200 South and 5600 West in West Jordan, north to the Terminal substation, located south of the Salt Lake City international airport. This section of new transmission will link together other new transmission sections – Mona to Oquirrh and Populus to Terminal, to complete the Gateway Central portion of the Energy Gateway Transmission Expansion.
- Informational meetings – July 2009 - project completion
- Permitting and obtaining rights of way – July 2009 to 2015
- Construction – 2013 - 2015
- Estimated line in service for customers – June 2016
Additional Information About the Project
Public input is a very important part of this process, and the company is eager to involve the public in all stages of this transmission line development. Additional information about this proposed transmission line will be posted on this website as the project progresses and details are developed. Please check back periodically for updates, including the current Oquirrh to Terminal maps: Terminal to Lake Park (PDF), West Valley (PDF) and Hoggard to Oquirrh (PDF).
To contact us about this project, please call 801-220-4221 or e-mail ConstructionProjects@pacificorp.com . Please be sure to include the project name –"Oquirrh to Terminal project"– in your inquiry.
(Updated July 21, 2014)