News & Postings
The development of new transmission lines in New England to move renewable energy from northern New England and eastern Canada to southern New England load centers is critical to New England meeting its future renewable energy requirements. New England Independent Transmission Company has been active in the New England energy community in working on solutions to the problem with its Green Line proposal. In this portion of the web site you will find updates on the status of Green Line, as well as links to other important developments within ISO-NE and the energy industry as people work together to address the region’s need for renewable energy resources.
On November 8, 2013, the New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) issued its hydro imports analysis report performed by Black & Veatch. The analysis includes an assessment of 1200MW link between New Brunswick and Massachusetts and its impact on lowering regional energy prices and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.(Read the press release and full report…)
Green Line will strengthen the transmission grid in New England and help provide greater access to competitively priced non-carbon emitting resources in Maine and eastern Canada. Read more…
Matthew Stone of the Bangor Daily News (November 22, 2013) reports on evolving regional cooperation on energy policy, including renewable energy, natural gas pipelines and electric transmission. Read the article…