Whether CenterPoint will be allowed to construct a high voltage transmission line through south Montgomery County will be left in the hands of the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
CenterPoint Energy on Jan. 12 formally filed its Certificate of Convenience and Necessity with the utility commission for approval to build a 138 kilovolt electric transmission line as part of its Springwood project.
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