Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE)
NYISO’s new 10-year reliability plan finds no “actionable reliability needs,” but warns of narrowing reliability margins.
NYISO will keep two natural gas peaker plants online past their planned 2025 retirements to solve a 446-MW shortfall in New York City.
NYISO did not identify any new near-term reliability issues in its third-quarter STAR, but it does anticipate significant load increases in western and central New York that could warrant more attention.
New York’s clean energy agency needs more time to draw up the renewable energy certificate program for two major renewable energy transmission projects.
Two key pieces of New York City’s clean energy future are taking shape along the East River waterfront.
New York City faces a 446-MW shortfall in 2025 because of plant retirements and the delayed completion of the Champlain Hudson Power Express, NYISO said.
Thirteen years after the Champlain Hudson Power Express was proposed, the first shipment of HVDC cable needed to build it arrived in New York on Thursday.
New York regulators authorized the Champlain Hudson Power Express to begin construction on the line, which will deliver Canadian hydropower to New York City.
Champlain Hudson Power Express it closed on the financing needed to build its roughly $6 billion underground transmission line linking Quebec and New York City.
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NYISO’s draft Reliability Needs Assessment found no reliability issues until 2032 but identified tightening transmission security and resource adequacy margins.
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