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October 13, 2015 1:23 PM ET

Company Overview of AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC

Company Overview

AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC operates as a subsidiary of American Electric Power Co., Inc.


United States

Key Executives for AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC

Age: 62
President of American Electric Power Co
Age: 55
Executive Vice President
Age: 49
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC Key Developments

American Electric Power Co., Inc. and AltaLink L.P Form Joint Venture Bidding for 500-KV Transmission Line Tender in Canada

American Electric Power Co. announced its transmission subsidiary, AEP Transmission Holding Co., is partnering with AltaLink LP to form a joint venture bidding on Alberta Electric System Operator's tender for the construction and management of a 500-kilovolt transmission project in the province of Alberta, Canada. The equally owned joint venture, called Athabasca Transmission, is pitching for the Fort McMurray West transmissions business. AESO is expected to make a decision in late 2014.

Altalink and AEP Transmission Holding Company LLC Partner to Bid on Fort McMurray West 500 KV Transmission Project

AltaLink, L.P. and AEP Transmission Holding Company, LLC. announced they have partnered to participate in the Alberta Electric System Operator's (AESO) competitive process for the construction and operation of the Fort McMurray West 500 kV Transmission Project (Fort McMurray West). The partnership operates as Athabasca Transmission. In October, the partnership submitted details about its qualifications to build and operate the Fort McMurray West project. The AESO announced Athabasca Transmission was selected as one of five qualified organizations to move through to the Request for Proposals stage of the process. The Fort McMurray West Project is intended to increase transmission capacity into and out of the Fort McMurray, Alberta region to accommodate current and future load growth associated with the area's large industrial operations. The project, approximately 500 km in length, consists of a 500 kilovolt (kV) AC single circuit transmission line from the Thickwood Hills 500 kV substation in the Fort McMurray area to the Livock substation in Alberta and then on to the Sunnybrook substation west of Edmonton.

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