Starting out, four companies (or groups of companies)--New York Transmission, North American Transmission, Boundless Energy, and NextEra--had submitted a total of twenty-one different plans. The New York State Public Service Commission has now narrowed those down to seven: four from New York Transmission (a collaboration of transmission owners that includes National Grid and Central Hudson); two from Boundless Energy; and one from NextEra. The PSC continues to study the seven alternatives that made the cut. Later this month, there will be three days of technical conferences on the subject, on July 20, 21, and 31.
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