Vermont Green Line

The Vermont Green Line is a proposed electric transmission line running from Beekmantown, New York to New Haven, Vermont that positions the Green Mountain State, as well as the rest of New England, to secure affordable renewable power, and move substantially down the path to a carbon-free future.

The New England states have collectively committed to meeting an increasing share of their electricity needs with renewable energy sources. Each year this need grows by the equivalent of 400-500 MW of new wind farm capacity, however, siting difficulties and transmission constraints are making it increasingly difficult to meet this need from resources located within New England. The Vermont Green Line will enable the cost effective delivery of renewable power to New England from northern New York, where resources are similarly bottle-necked by intrastate transmission constraints.

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)