Brazos files CCN for Growth Area 7-Kittyhawk
CORINTH, Texas — Oct. 14, 2016 — Brazos Electric Cooperative, CoServ’s wholesale generation and transmission provider, filed on Friday a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) for Growth Area 7-Kittyhawk.
The CCN application includes route options to serve residential and commercial growth along the Sam Rayburn Tollway in western Collin County.
Affected property owners will be notified and will have 45 days to intervene. By statute, the PUC has 12 months from the filing date to make its decision.
In the Purpose and Need Study, Brazos outlines a number of options that were researched before the proposal was submitted to the PUC.
The PUC bears the responsibility for determining the route and substation site selection that will have the least environmental and economic impact on the area.
For details and updates about the CCN process as well as information about growth in the CoServ territory, visit the #CoServ2020 page at CoServ.com.