Announcements & Research
This page includes documents, announcements and notices about the proposed New England Clean Power Link. Updates will be posted as soon as they become available.
|04/21/2016 -||A new economic analysis completed by Power Advisory concludes that
new sources of reliable, affordable clean electricity delivered to Massachusetts would yield more than $170 million in annual net energy savings while covering the cost of infrastructure investments
The study was commissioned by the Massachusetts Clean Electricity Partnership (MCEP), a coalition of regional wind, hydro and transmission companies who are working with business, consumer, environmental, and governmental stakeholders to support adoption of new laws that enable long-term access to clean electricity.
|11/12/2015 -||Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island Issue Clean Energy RFP
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, Eversource Energy, National Grid and Unitil have developed a Final Clean Energy RFP in order to identify projects that will advance the clean energy goals of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. TDI-NE expects to submit a response to this RFP at the end of January, 2016.
|10/15/2015 -||TDI New England Commences Open Solicitation for
Transmission Capacity on the New England Clean Power Link Project
TDI New England today announced that the Open Solicitation process for transmission capacity on its proposed New England Clean Power Link project has commenced.
TDI Lake Champlain Symposium Presentations
On October 9, 2014 TDI New England held a Lake Symposium that focused on the Lake Champlain portion of the proposed New England Clean Power Link. The following preliminary presentations and research were presented at the event. Viewers of the presentations should note that any analysis presented or conclusions drawn are preliminary in nature and subject to revision based upon further investigation and review.
|07/25/2014 -||TDI New England Announces Open House Meetings in Vermont
TDI New England has scheduled 6 open house meetings towns along the proposed overland section of the route to provide information and answer questions about the buried transmission project. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.