(IN BRIEF) Terna, an Italian company specializing in electricity transmission, is investing more than €19 million in a project to create a new underground cable and overhead power lines in the province of Frosinone. The project, authorized by the Italian Ministry of the Environment and Energy Security, aims to replace existing overhead power lines with a 13 km long underground cable and 250 meters of overhead line in several municipalities. This move will help demolish more than 8 km of existing overhead power lines and 35 pylons in Alatri, Guarcino, Vico nel Lazio, and Fumone.
(PRESS RELEASE) ROME, 25-Jul-2023 — /EuropaWire/ — Following the launch by the Italian Ministry of the Environment and Energy Security of the authorisation procedure for a variant to the 150 kV “Canterno – Guarcino” power line in the province of Frosinone, Terna has published the notice identifying the plots of land potentially affected by the work.
The project, for which the Company headed by Giuseppina Di Foggia will invest more than € 19 million, provides for the creation of an underground cable approximately 13 km long and 250 metres of overhead line in the municipalities of Alatri, Guarcino, Vico nel Lazio and Fumone. The new infrastructure will make it possible to demolish more than 8 km of existing overhead power lines for a total of 35 pylons which today cross the four municipalities involved.
Terna, with over 1,900 people working daily on the development and maintenance of the electricity grid, manages over 4,900 km of high and extra-high voltage power lines and 56 electrical substations in the Lazio region.
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