By Michelle Froese Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced plans to rebuild 78 miles of power transmission infrastructure in the North Country, further strengthening the reliability of the New York State electric power grid and enabling more upstate renewable energy to connect to the power system throughout the state.
According to the governor, the newly rebuilt transmission line, called the Moses-Adirondack Smart Path Reliability project, would help the state meet his Clean Energy Standard, mandating that 50% of New York’s consumed electricity comes from renewable energy sources by 2030.
The newly rebuilt transmission line, called the Moses-Adirondack Smart Path Reliability project, will help the state meet
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