U.S. regulators approve Canada-NYC power line | Crain’s New York Business

Federal regulators have given final approval for construction of a 330-mile electric transmission line to bring lower-cost Canadian hydroelectric power to New York City.

Just the other day while riding around I notice the number of new construction projects with Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner. All of this new development – Multifamily, is going to put an enormous strain on the cities electrical grid. The utilities know it, the city administration is aware of it and consumers need to be concerned about having to pay for it.

You can read about the Champlain Hudson Power Express here: http://www.chpexpress.com One feature that I find interesting is that they’ll be using HVDC transmission lines.

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