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.

The project consists of four new wind and two new solar farm, developed by Invenergy, located within the 12-state PJM regional power market, with a combined capacity exceeding 700 megawatts.  All the renewable energy from these projects will be joined into a single portfolio and delivered to Long Island from PJM via a new buried HVDC transmission line, developed by Anbaric, ending at a net-zero converter station on Long Island.

Clean Energy Link is the largest renewable energy project ever proposed for Long Island, capable of more than tripling its green energy supply. No other project gets Long Island closer, faster to the 50 by 30 mandate.

For more information on the project, visit licleanenergy.com    

 

 

 

Anbaric and National Grid Form
Green Line Infrastructure Alliance

The path to a cleaner, region-wide energy future became clearer when two experienced organizations in the regional energy market announced the joining of forces to deliver a unique blend of renewable energy to New England: The Green Line Infrastructure Alliance 

Anbaric: A Company Overview

 

 

 

Anbaric Launches
Microgrid Development Company

Anbaric understands how difficult it is to build transmission, and that non-transmission alternatives (NTA) need to be developed wherever possible and economical. Microgrids often represent the most compelling type of NTA, and Anbaric is applying the project incubation and development skills honed in transmission development to NTAs in the US and abroad. (Site)