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2M on Chester County tree trimming PECO said it is investing $2.2 million in vegetation management along 320 miles of aerial electric lines to improve electric service for more than 24,000 customers in southeastern Chester County. Work began in June and will be completed by the end of September, the electric company said. Work will occur in Birmingham, East Bradford, East Goshen, East Marlboro, Kennett, Pennsbury, Pocopson, Thornbury, West Goshen, Westtown, and Willistown townships, and the boroughs of Kennett Square and West Chester. growth causes about one third of all electric outages, said John McDonald, PECO vice president of Technical Services. pruning around aerial power lines is vital to safely keeping the lights on for our customers. In 2015, PECO will invest about $36 million in vegetation management work around approximately 2,800 miles of aerial power lines along the company electric transmission and distribution system. PECO vegetation management crews are trained in arboricultural techniques as defined in the American National Standards Institute, or ANSI, A300 Standard. That standard takes into account the type and location of the tree, its relation to overhead equipment and overall health of the tree. Customers are notified before work begins in their area.