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|06/15/2015 -||TDI-New England and the Conservation Law Foundation
Reach Agreement on the New England Clean Power Link Project
TDI New England announced today that it has completed an agreement with the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) that includes enhanced environmental and public benefits that the project will provide to Vermont as part of the development of the New England Clean Power Link (NECPL). The NECPL is a proposed underwater and underground electric transmission line.
|06/03/2015 -||Environmental Review of the New England Clean Power Link
TDI New England announced today that the United States Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the New England Clean Power Link electric transmission line.
|12/08/2014 -||TDI New England Files State Permit Application For The New England
Clean Power Link
TDI New England has filed a state permit application seeking approval of its proposed New England Clean Power Link project. The application states that the project, once completed, will provide $136 million in ratepayer relief for Vermonters as part of a total public benefits package of $298 million. Over the 40 year life of the project, TDI estimates the project will create approximately $1.5 billion total economic benefits to the State and its residents.
|08/26/2014 -||Department of Energy Announces Environmental Review for the
New England Clean Power Link
TDI New England announced today that the United States Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a Notice of Intent (NOI) to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) to assess the potential environmental impacts of the proposed New England Clean Power Link transmission project.
|08/11/2014 -||TDI New England Announces Open House Meetings in Vermont
TDI New England has scheduled six open house meetings in Vermont at locations along the proposed overland route of the New England Clean Power Link transmission project to meet with community members and provide more information on the project.
|06/11/2014 -||New England Clean Power Link to Create Thousands of Jobs and
Spur Millions in New Economic Activity
A new study estimates the proposed transmission project would save New England customers approximately $2 billion over the first 10 years of operation, create approximately 2,000 jobs and generate $400 million annually in new economic activity.
|05/20/2014 -||TDI New England Files Presidential Permit Application for the
New England Clean Power Link
TDI New England announced it has filed a Presidential Permit application with the United States Department of Energy, formally requesting authority to construct the New England Clean Power Link electric transmission project.
|01/09/2014 -||TDI New England Requests Authority to Sell Transmission Rights at Negotiated Rates for the New England Clean Power Link
TDI New England today announced that it has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) seeking authorization to sell transmission rights on the proposed New England Clean Power Link transmission project at negotiated market rates.
|12/10/2013 -||TDI New England Names Josh Bagnato Project Manager for the New England Clean Power Link
TDI New England announced today that it has named Josh U. Bagnato as the project manager for the New England Clean Power Link transmission project. Mr. Bagnato has over ten years of experience in the energy field and was most recently Manager, Environmental Permitting & Compliance, for First Wind, where he oversaw the permitting of wind and solar projects throughout the United States, with a focus in New England.
|10/31/2013 -||Innovative New Clean Energy Transmission Line Proposed for Vermont
The development of a new, completely buried transmission project called the New England Clean Power Link was announced today by TDI New England. The proposed project would run from the Canadian border to Ludlow, Vermont. The proposed project would deliver 1,000 MW of clean, renewable hydropower to the New England marketplace.