TEN WEST LINK
Stretching 125 miles from Tonopah, Arizona to Blythe, California
The new 500kV power line will improve transmission system efficiency and reliability, while facilitating development of new renewable energy and energy storage resources in Arizona and California. This will help both states achieve their renewable energy standards and carbon reduction goals.
Ten West Link will also bring significant economic, reliability and public policy benefits to the electric power grid serving the Desert Southwest – one of America’s fastest growing regions.
Improve Regional Collaboration
Strengthen Regional Reliability
Starting near Tonopah, Arizona and ending near Blythe, California.
Improves transmission system efficiency and facilitates the development of new renewable energy.
Clean energy from AZ to CA
Ten West Link will strengthen the existing high-voltage electric grid system that businesses and residents depend on – A stronger electric grid system also helps deter blackouts and brownouts.
For the population centers in the Southwest.
Creating healthy environments with clean-safe energy.
For construction workers, full-time employees, and vendors.
Advanced technology to serve the demand of renewable energy.
From idea to realization
Local communities such as La Paz County will benefit from an expanded tax base and job opportunities created by the transmission line, the substation and the solar projects that will develop as a result of Ten West Link.
Expanded Tax Base
Jobs & Employment
Clean and Safe energy
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7/14/22 Interior Department approves construction of Ten West Link transmission line project Read News Release here.
11/5/21 California Public Utilities Commission Approves Ten West Link Read DCRT News Release here. Link to...
10/1/21 California Public Utilities Commission Administrative Law Judge issues 'Proposed Decision': Link to CPUC...