The Northeast Energy Link, proposed by Bangor Hydro, its parent company, Emera, and National Grid, is a new 1,100 MW   underground direct current (DC) transmission line linking southern New England with cost-effective renewable energy located in Northern Maine, New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada, and Quebec.

The Northeast Energy Link is proposed to run  230 miles underground between Orrington, Maine and Tewksbury, Massachusetts.

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The Northeast Energy Link will bring strong environmental benefits from increased integration of cost competitive renewable and low-carbon energy sources to meet the southern New England renewable portfolio and greenhouse gas demands.

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Emera Maine National Grid