Transmission Time: Consumer, Employment, and Environmental Benefits of Electricity Transmission Expansion in the Eastern U.S.

Washington D.C. — On October 28, 2020 at 3:00pm EST, Americans for a Clean Energy Grid (ACEG) introduced their latest study, “Consumer, Employment, and Environmental Benefits of Electricity Transmission Expansion in the Eastern U.S.” The study finds that expanding and modernizing our power grid and expanding transmission in the Eastern U.S. will unleash up to

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Webinar: Experts Discuss Opportunities for Transmission in a Stimulus Plan

With national policy discussions taking place about stimulating the economy through infrastructure investment, transmission is getting some welcome attention. After the COVID-19 health emergency is under control, getting the economy moving will be a high priority. Transmission not only puts people to work directly, but major lines also enable job-creating generation projects to move forward

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Webinar – A Discussion of Superpower with Russell Gold and Michael Skelly, Facilitated by Katherine Hamilton

“Like Eisenhower, Skelly had a plan: He wanted to begin building a new power grid that could carry inexpensive renewable electricity from places such as the Oklahoma panhandle to the east and west. An electricity superhighway that would save customers money while reducing pollution and carbon emissions. An interstate system for electrons.” – Russell Gold,

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Webinar – New Study Presents a Plan for a Low Cost and Clean Grid: A Discussion of the Seams Study with Transmission Leaders

The Interconnections Seam Study (“Seams Study”) is a remarkable analysis that points the way toward the ultimate integration of the U.S. power grid, which will provide consumers with access to lower-cost, more reliable, and cleaner electricity. On Tuesday, October 9 at 1 p.m. ET/10 PT, Americans for a Clean Energy Grid (ACEG) discussed the implications

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