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On October 9, 2014 TDI New England held a Lake Champlain Symposium at the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center on the Burlington waterfront. The event was an informational session on the Lake Champlain segment of the proposed New England Clean Power Link. At the event, presentations regarding preliminary research were presented to the audience and a discussion was held describing how the project is proposed to be installed in Lake Champlain.

Attendees included key stakeholders, regulators, and people who care for and understand Lake Champlain.

Experts from TDI New England, Middlebury College, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Exponent, and HDR Engineering discussed the following topics: (1) overview of the Project and proposed installation techniques within the Lake; (2) water quality modeling; (3) thermal and magnetic modeling; (4) sediment composition; and (5) marine archaeology.

The following presentations were made at the Symposium. It should be noted that any analysis presented or conclusions drawn in these presentations are preliminary in nature and subject to revision based upon further investigation and review.

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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.