Anbaric

AnbaricAnbaric has been a prime mover behind a number of iconic independent electric transmission projects, including:

Neptune Regional Transmission System, which delivers 660MW to Long Island from New Jersey, was completed in July 2007 on budget and ahead of schedule

Hudson Transmission Project, which delivers 660MW to New York City from New Jersey, began construction in 2009 and was completed in June 2013.

Maine Green Line, which would deliver at least 1000MWs to eastern Massachusetts from Maine, and is in the development phase in New England

The Vermont Green Line, expanding transmission capacity between upstate New York and the New England grid;

Anbaric is also evaluating several other new project opportunities within the United States, including the development of microgrid projects that will keep critical institutions and key components of infrastructure functioning even when power is lost to the larger grid

 

Project Overview

The 78-mile Poseidon line begins in South Brunswick, New Jersey and connects to Long Island at the Ruland Road substation in Melville. This high-voltage direct current line will be buried underground or underwater over its entire route – leaving no impact on the surrounding environment. The project will help deliver affordable renewable energy to the heart of Long Island’s transmission and distribution network.

 

 

 

 

 

Notice of Open Solicitation

Poseidon Transmission 1, LLC (the “Company”), seeks generation suppliers wishing to offer energy, renewable energy credits, and/or capacity to the New York Power Authority (“NYPA”) via the Poseidon Transmission Project, a 79 mile high voltage, direct current transmission link between PJM and Zone K in the NYISO. Read More…

 

 

 

 

Environmental Benefits

The greatest single challenge in the development of renewable energy remains its cost. Poseidon provides Long Island with renewable energy at an affordable price. The project produces zero air or water emissions in New Jersey and Long Island, helping to safeguard local air quality and aquifers.