What is the New York Energy Solution?

Learn about National Grid's upstate/downstate congestion relief transmission project.

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Make Your Voice Heard: Show Your Support

No project is successful without the input of the public. If you support NYES, the Public Service Commission needs to hear it. You can submit your comments to the Public Service Commission by clicking the link below. Thank you for your support in moving New York's energy future forward.

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2015 Filing Information

On October 1, 2013, National Grid filed a project with the PSC that would relieve electric transmission congestion on New York's electric grid. Since that time, the original project has been modified. National Grid now offers six innovative transmission line alternatives, filed in January 2015.

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What is New York Transco?

Learn about the New York Transmission Operators' efforts to relief electrical congestion and upgrade the state's transmission grid.

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How do I participate?

Learn about the New York State Public Service Commission Article VII process, and how to contact us.

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News

Tale of two grids: Upstate wind power needs more extension cords to NYC

5/18/2017

NYISO's 2017 Power Trends report points to needed transmission for New York to meet renewable energy goals.

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NYS Public Service Commission Issues Order, Continuing NYISO Review

1/24/2017

The New York State Independent Operator will continue its review of projects to find the least costly or most efficient.

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Hudson Valley New Double-Circuit Visual Simulation

This is a visual simulation depicting the right-of-way and what it might look like between Churchtown Switching Station and Pleasant Valley Substation. As you can see, four 115 kV lines and two lattice structures would be removed and replaced with one 345 kV and one 115 kV line, both set on one new monopole structure that is comparable in height to what exists today. This is representative of projects that propose this new line passing through Columbia and Dutchess counties.