RG&E seeks New York regulatory approval to build 115-kV line

RG&E said that since it has designed the project to be built and operated along existing transmission and railroad rights of way, as well as proposed certain mitigation measures, it has minimized the potential for the project to result in adverse impacts in such areas as land use, cultural resources, and wildlife

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Corina Rivera-Linares, chief editor for TransmissionHub, has covered the U.S. power industry for the past 15 years. Before joining TransmissionHub, Corina covered renewable energy and environmental issues, as well as transmission, generation, regulation, legislation and ISO/RTO matters at SNL Financial. She has also covered such topics as health, politics, and education for weekly newspapers and national magazines. She can be reached at clinares@endeavorb2b.com.