Post Tagged with: "McDowell Avenue"

Jason Walls, a spokesman for Duke Energy, shows off plans for a new gas insulated electrical substation to be built at the corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in downtown Asheville.

In Asheville, Duke Energy unveils plans for first gas insulated electrical substation

Duke Energy on Wednesday unveiled renderings and more details about a gas insulated electrical substation that it plans to build at the busy corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in downtown Asheville. The electrical substation, technical known as a gas insulated switchgear substation, will be the first of its kind every constructed by the utility, according to Robert Sipes, vice[Read More…]

by August 2, 2018 3 comments Asheville News

Word on the street: Duke Energy looking at prime downtown Asheville property for substation

Duke Energy has been on the hunt for a handful of locations for new substations that would serve a growing city.

by April 17, 2017 4 comments Asheville News
Updated: Plan to move Buncombe County register of deeds and elections offices causes upset

Updated: Plan to move Buncombe County register of deeds and elections offices causes upset

The move from Woodin Street in the heart of a downtown Asheville government complex to McDowell Avenue will cost precious time and money, says a local political activist.

by January 30, 2015 3 comments Asheville News