Tagged: plains & eastern clean line

Clean Line Gets $50M Investment for Wind Projects

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/13/2015 3:38 pm

Clean Line Energy Partners, the company planning a $2 billion, 750-mile transmission line to run through Arkansas, will receive an investment of up to $50 million from Bluescape Resouces, a private energy investment firm.

Sediver Incentives Included Cash from Arkansas, West Memphis

by Arkansas Business Staff 6/15/2015 12:00 am

The French manufacturer that plans to produce insulators for the Plains & Eastern Clean Line transmission line project was offered a host of incentives for opening a plant in West Memphis.

French Manufacturer to Open Plant in West Memphis, Employ 70

by Sean Beherec 6/8/2015 1:56 pm

A French overhead line insulation technology company will open a manufacturing plant in West Memphis to serve the planned Plains & Eastern Clean Line transmission line project, the companies said on Monday.

Eminent Domain Rights Dusted Off as Pipelines Trace Path Across Arkansas

by Sean Beherec 4/20/2015 12:00 am

Several energy projects in various phases of completion are in the works across Arkansas, drawing increased attention to the process of eminent domain used to obtain access to land, as well as some of the difficulties companies face in building their projects.

Public Meetings Scheduled for Plains & Eastern Clean Line

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/2/2015 9:45 am

The U.S. Department of Energy has scheduled a series of public meetings including six in Arkansas as part of an independent review of the proposed Plains & Eastern Clean Line.

U.S. Department of Energy Releases Draft EIS on Transmission Line

by Lee Hogan 12/16/2014 11:09 am

The U.S. Department of Energy has released a 3,700-page Draft Environmental Impact Statement for a $2 billion, 720-mile transmission line to pass through Arkansas.

$100M Station in Central Arkansas Proposed Along Planned Wind Highway

by Luke Jones 4/28/2014 12:00 am

A $2 billion, 750-mile transmission line project has been altered so that Arkansans will benefit from the wind energy highway that will be built through the state in coming years.