The Empire State Connector is a proposed 265-mile High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission line (320 kV) that would bring up to 1,000 MW of power generated in upstate NY to the downstate NYC market.
The project would utilize two submarine cables buried below the Erie Canal and the Hudson River, originating near Utica, NY and terminating in NYC, bypassing congested transmission bottlenecks that currently limit the ability of upstate generators - including hydro &amp; nuclear stations - to serve the NYC market.
The project is intended to support the state&#039;s Clean Energy Standard policy.
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