Select the following links for information on the High Plains Express Transmission Project.
|First Stage Feasibility Report|
The High Plains Express (HPX) Preliminary Feasibility Report has been completed. The report is the culmination of a yearlong study directed by the HPX participants to address the technical, economic and conceptual routing aspects of a major multi-state transmission project involving the states of Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. On the basis of these studies and the resulting report, steps are being taken to advance the HPX project to the next stage, which will involve more detailed feasibility studies and additional stakeholder outreach. When that occurs, notifications will be posted on the HPX Web site to announce next steps and stakeholder meetings.
|Appendix A to the Feasibility Study Report|
|PowerPoint for Feasibility Report Release|
|April 17, 2009 Stakeholder Meeting|
|WECC Regional Planning|
|Regional Planning Letter|
|Regional Planning Review Group Form|
|November 14, 2007 Stakeholder Meeting|
|Conference Call Information|
|March 23, 2007 Stakeholder Meeting|
Plains Express Transmission Study
Joined by the Wyoming and New Mexico Transmission Authorities
For questions or further information, please contact:
Phone: (303) 571-7223