Governor Cuomo has committed to secure 50% of New York’s energy from clean sources by 2030 (50 by 30). The Clean Energy Link is the quickest, most affordable path towards achieving the 50 by 30 mandate on Long Island. 


“I believe this nation and this state needs a clean energy policy that is realistic and that can be implemented before we destroy this planet.”

- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

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This is the largest renewable energy project ever proposed for Long Island, capable of more than tripling its green energy supply. The project’s portfolio of three new wind and four new solar farms will be spread across the PJM regional power market, and deliver 677 megawatts of electricity.

 

 

 
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  The Clean Energy Link’s portfolio consists of three new wind and four new solar farms, totaling 677 MWs, spread over 42,600 acres. 

The Clean Energy Link’s portfolio consists of three new wind and four new solar farms, totaling 677 MWs, spread over 42,600 acres. 

  By connecting Long Island to the backbone of the eastern U.S. power network, this project will improve the resiliency of Long Island’s electrical grid. 

By connecting Long Island to the backbone of the eastern U.S. power network, this project will improve the resiliency of Long Island’s electrical grid. 

  The Clean Energy Link is the most affordable way to quickly bring new renewable energy to Long Island by accessing power produced at economies of scale not possible locally. 

The Clean Energy Link is the most affordable way to quickly bring new renewable energy to Long Island by accessing power produced at economies of scale not possible locally. 


 
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As one of North America’s leading renewable energy developers, Invenergy builds, owns, and operates power generation and energy storage facilities in the Americas and Europe. Invenergy has developed more than 13,700 MW across 94 utility-scale wind, solar, natural gas and energy storage projects, and currently operates a portfolio of more than 7,000 MW of utility-scale generation. The company has a proven track record in establishing and maintaining longstanding, profitable relationships with utilities, suppliers, and the communities in which our projects are located.

Project Partner

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Anbaric incubates, designs, develops and helps to finance large electricity infrastructure projects.  Anbaric helped lead the development of two merchant transmission projects, each 660MW, the Neptune line, operational in 2007, and Hudson, operational in 2013, and is developing a range of other projects with an estimated capex of $4 billion.