Clean Line Energy and GE Energy Connections today announced their collaboration in the development of America’s largest clean energy infrastructure project, the Plains & Eastern Clean Line. The transmission project will be the first overhead high voltage direct current (HVDC) project in the U.S. in more than 20 years. GE has been selected as the exclusive provider of the HVDC converter stations, paving the way for the company’s first HVDC project in the U.S. since acquiring Alstom’s energy businesses in 2015.
Read Clean Line Energy and GE Energy Connection’s press release on the agreement. Check out GE Energy Connections President and CEO Russell Stokes’ blog piece on GE’s decision to join forces with Clean Line Energy on the Plains & Eastern Clean Line.