Leeds Path West Project – North-South Solution

The Leeds Path West Project – North-South Solution is a planned system enhancement in order to address the UPNY-SENY grid constraint. The project involves five 345-kV transmission components: First, a new 345-kV line from the Empire Generator interconnection to New Scotland. Second, install a new 345-kV line from Knickerbocker substation to the Leeds substation. This line would run in an existing right-of-way from Knickerbocker to Hudson and would then run underground from the Hudson River to Leeds. Thrid, double circuit an existing 345-kV line from the Leeds substation to the Rock Tavern substation. Fourth, an optional new undergound 345-kV cable from Roseton to a new West Fishkill substation. Finally, new twin 345-kV cables from the Ramapo substation to the South Mahwah substation. The entire project is expected to be completed by 2016 and has a estimate cost of $335m.  Project marked as suspended awaiting further development activity.

Project Sponsor Line Miles Voltage (kV) From State To State Year in Service
Boundless Energy LLC 152 345 NY NY 2016
Estimated Costs ($M) Voltage Type Project Status Project Group Origin Point Destination Point
335 Suspended Besicorp Empire Power Generating Facility New Scotland
Interstate Build Start NERC ISO/RTO Country Project Partners