Clean Energy Transmission from Maine and Canada to Boston and the New England Energy Market

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The Maine Power Express is a proposed 1000MW HVDC Transmission line that will bring Maine Wind, paired with Canadian Hydro, underground in an existing energy corridor and underwater to Boston, at the K Street Substation.  



New England is facing over 10,000MWs of Coal, Oil and Nuclear Power Plant retirements in the next 5-10 years. To address this, and to help meet GHG reduction targets, efforts are underway to solicit proposals for clean energy and transmission for Massachusetts and the New England Market.

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Clean Energy

The Maine Power Express will enable the release of stranded wind resources in northern Maine, grid-scale solar potential and Canadian Hydro power for firming. There is over 8000MWs of potential clean energy seeking a transmission path solution to the New England market.

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Low Impact

The Maine Power Express will utilize an existing energy corridor for the safe burial of the entire project, underground through Maine and underwater to Massachusetts, landing at the Massport Conley Terminal and interconnecting at the K Street 345kV Substation in Boston. 

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The Maine Power Express is a component of the Loring Energy Projects. Learn more at