New England Clean Power Link: Project Development Portal

Development Team

In addition to TDI New England’s in-house staff, the company has brought on top-level consultants to help guide the project through the vigorous state and federal reviews that are part of developing the New England Clean Power Link. This group of experts brings years of experience working on energy projects in Vermont and New England. The development team will work to ensure that the project is designed in a way that reduces impact on the people of Vermont, and is respectful of the state’s valued natural resources.

Members of the development team include:

Dunkiel Saunders Law Firm – Burlington, Vermont
Vermont legal counsel

The Necrason Group – Montpelier, Vermont
Government relations and public affairs

Arrowwood Environmental – Huntington, Vermont
Terrestrial studies

VHB - North Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Terrestrial and aquatic studies

Resource Systems Group, Incorporated – White River Junction, Vermont
Acoustic analysis

T. J. Boyle Associates, LLC – Burlington, Vermont
Visual impact assessment

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum – Vergennes, Vermont
Aquatic cultural and archaeological surveys

HDR – Portland, Maine
Water Quality Modeling

Public Archaeology Laboratory – Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Terrestrial cultural and archaeological surveys

Baker Botts LLP – Washington DC
Federal Legal Counsel

Exponent – Bowie, Maryland
Electric, magnetic and thermal modeling

Marine Research Corporation – Salisbury, VT
Lake Champlain research

Kavet, Rockler & Associates, Inc. – Williamstown. VT

Levitan & Associates, Inc. – Boston, MA
Economics & Environmental benefits

TRC – Augusta, Maine
Permitting, engineering and terrestrial studies

Contact Us:

TDI New England
PO Box 155
Charlotte, VT 05445

The New England
Clean Power Link Receives Presidential Permit

The United States Department of Energy issued a Presidential Permit for the New England Clean Power Link. A Presidential Permit is required for the construction, operation and maintenance of electric facilities connecting at the international borders of the United States.

State of Vermont issues VT Siting Permit

The Vermont Public Service Board ("PSB") has issued the project a Certificate of Public Good, the comprehensive state siting approval needed to construct and to operate the project in the state. You can review the certificate here and the Final Order here.