New York Backs New Transmission Lines to Ease Power Prices

  • Estimated $1.2 billion in power lines seen operating by 2019
  • Projects would deliver 1,000 megawatts to downstate cities

New York’s utility regulator backed construction of $1.2 billion of new power lines aimed at easing electricity prices while cutting greenhouse gas emissions in southern New York state, including New York City.

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