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Northeast Transmission Projects & Issues

Thursday, Dec 16, 2010

Sponsor: USAEE-NYC

Speaker: Ed Krapels, a leading authority on energy issues, markets and policy, and one of the foremost developers of energy transmission projects in the United States. As an investor, he is the Founder of Anbaric Holding, LLC, the umbrella organization over various energy projects that Mr.Krapels, his partners, and investors are developing. Among those projects is the Neptune Regional Transmission System, a $600+ million independent HVDC transmission project currently in operation between the PJM market and Long Island. Mr. Krapels is Chairman of Atlantic Energy Partners, the initial developer of Neptune. Mr. Krapels is a principal in developing a second 660MW HVDC connection – the Hudson Transmission Project – between PJM and New York City. This project was selected by the New York Power Authority in its 2005 RFP process for New York City capacity. In late 2006, he established and was named Chairman of the New England Independent Transmission Company, which is developing another major HVDC transmission line in New England, the Green Line.

Date: Thursday, December 16, 12:00-2:00 PM

Location: Tonic Restaurant and Bar, 727 Seventh Avenue

RSVP: USAEE

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