“DUANESBURG — A $750 million power line upgrade being reviewed by the state Public Service Commission will address a known “bottleneck” that is limiting the electric power supply coming into the Capital Region, a project representative said Thursday.
The proposed 93-mile Marcy-to-New Scotland line upgrade would replace aging 230-kilovolt transmission lines with new 345-kv lines that would bring more power into the region from hydro-electric sources north and west of Utica. It would also create capacity for more solar and wind projects, said Casey Carroll of LS Power Grid New York.”
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Master Matter: Case Number 19-T-0549
Department of Public Service Article vii 7 Transmission Line Upgrades October 9, 2019