Route options for Valley-Rainbow interconnect electric link announced by SDG&E

The proposed 31-mile, 500,000-volt transmission line would connect a planned SDG&E substation in Rainbow with Southern California Edison’s Valley substation near Romoland. The Valley-Rainbow Interconnect is not only a vital expansion of the statewide grid to provide reliable access to competitively priced energy sources for all Southern Californians, but the project also will support the economic growth in the region, SDG&E officials said.

ATLANTA, March 27 – Southern Company’s National Accounts Program was voted one of the best in the nation for service and responsiveness to customers, according to the Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI) National Accounts Customer Advisory Group. The advisory group consists of multi-site business customers that have direct contact with utility companies.

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