Articles filed under Transmission from New Jersey

Offshore wind transmission system raises red flag at state agencies

In asking to intervene in the case, the two agencies argued that the project, stretching from Virginia to New Jersey, could adversely affect the rates paid by consumers and also place much of the risk on the ratepayer instead of the developers. The Atlantic Wind Connection is a 350-mile underwater transmission line, which aims to connect the spate of offshore wind farms being developed by New Jersey and other states.
22 Feb 2011

Midwest wind not wanted in NJ

The cost to ratepayers could increase electric bills by hundred dollars or more a year, if the planned transmission lines were constructed, Edelston said. Paul Patterson, an energy analyst with Glenrock Associates in New York, said the issue of building new transmission lines to move renewable energy is one of the more contentious issues before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
23 Jul 2010

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=New+Jersey&p=5&topic=Transmission&type=Article
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