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Carbon reduction of 3.9M metric tons in its first full year of operation. Buried transmission line greatly reduces environmental, community impacts and respects neighborhoods.
The Champlain Hudson Power Express to host three open houses to stay engaged with communities as we build New York state‘s low-cost renewable energy future.
Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE) está organizando tres jornadas de información para mantenerse comprometidos con las comunidades mientras construimos el futuro de la energía renovable de bajo costo del estado de Nueva York.
A pair of studies designed by Hudson River communities to test the impacts of an underwater transmission line are complete, and have found construction will not harm drinking water, Champlain Hudson Power Express representatives announced Thursday.
Developed in anticipation of New York state’s transition from fossil fuel to clean energy, the fully buried Champlain Hudson Power Express® transmission line is ready to power New Yorkers into the future with clean, renewable hydropower. And just in time, too, as the state’s new Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) requires that New York be powered by 70 percent renewable energy by 2030. The CHPE is permitted and expected to be fully operational in spring of 2026, delivering 1,250 MW of low-cost renewable power directly into the New York Metro area.