New England Clean Power Link: Project Development Portal

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TDI New England and Hydro-Québec Submit Two Proposals to Supply Massachusetts with Clean, Lower-Cost Power

Proposals detail how the fully-permitted underwater and underground New England Clean Power Link (NECPL) transmission project can supply the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with 1,000 MW of clean power and achieve the mandate set by the Massachusetts' Global Warming Solutions Act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Each proposal presents the best and most cost-effective opportunity for the Commonwealth to meet its climate change goals.

The environmentally- and community-minded NECPL has received the support of local, state, environmental and energy policy leaders.

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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.