The preferred route, which is about 12.7 miles long and has total intangible and capital costs of about $14.5m, begins at the proposed Rouse substation in the southern part of Monroe County, staff said.
Newark, N.J. (May 31, 2018) – PSEG today outlined a plan to invest $14 billion to $17 billion over the next five years. PSEG’s infrastructure program, an expansion of previously disclosed plans to invest $11.5 […]
Eversource New Hampshire President Bill Quinlan said on May 24, in part, that the company intends “to pursue all options for making this critical clean energy project a reality, along with the many economic and environmental benefits for New Hampshire and the region.”
Construction of the two substations and most of the transmission line work will begin this year and continue into 2019, National Grid said in its statement, adding that it expects to have all of the projects completed and operational in mid-2020.
The Public Utility Commission of Texas, in a May 25 final order, granted Southwestern Public Service’s application, as modified by a settlement agreement, to amend its certificate of convenience and necessity to acquire, build, own, and operate a proposed 478-MW wind generation project in Hale County, Texas, and a proposed 522-MW wind generation project in Roosevelt County, N.M.
According to the regulators’ May 21 notice seeking comments, North Bergen Liberty Generating, LLC proposes to build the approximately 9.6-mile, submarine and underground, double-circuit transmission generator lead and associated equipment extending from its proposed generation facility in North Bergen, N.J., to Consolidated Edison Company of New York’s substation at West 49th Street in Manhattan.