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Anbaric Development Partners

A critical step forward in linking an institutional investor with an energy infrastructure company at a key inflection point for the electric power grid.
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Clean Energy Link

Governor Cuomo has committed to secure 50% of New York’s electricity from clean energy by 2030 (50 by 30). On Long Island, that means the current clean energy supply must increase 17-fold. Invenergy and Anbaric have partnered to develop the Clean Energy Link.
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Reaching New York’s 50 by 30 Goal: an Anbaric White Paper

The Governor’s 50 by 30 commitment is a critical initiative for New York State to achieve significant carbon reductions. This Anbaric white paper offers a roadmap to meet New York's 50 by 30 goal at an affordable price.
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Neptune Transmission Project

A HVDC undersea and underground power cable that links the PJM grid to New York through New Jersey and provides Long Island with enough power for 600,000 homes.
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A project simultaneously providing a new source of electric power for New York City customers of the New York Power Authority (NYPA), while implementing significant upgrades and reinforcements to the transmission system in New Jersey.
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Anbaric is a project development company located near Boston, MA that specializes in early stage development of large-scale electric transmission systems (especially controllable DC lines) and small, medium and large scale microgrid projects. (Read More)

Anbaric and Ontario Teachers’ Announce Clean Energy Development Partnership

Anbaric and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan announce a new development company Anbaric Development Partners . The partnership will develop clean energy infrastructure projects in North America, accelerating the revitalization of aging transmission networks. (Read More)

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Anbaric Microgrid

Residents, businesses, and policymakers alike have called for microgrid development in New York. Anbaric and Exelon have responded with Anbaric Microgrid, an initiative that will establish large-scale microgrids ranging from 10 to 200 megawatts at strategic locations throughout the state. (Read More)