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Energy Market Specialist, Hitachi Energy USA Inc.

Kent Knutson is a market specialist focusing on energy industry intelligence for Hitachi Energy.  He has more than 30 years of experience designing and developing intelligence products for some...

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Good news for the largest renewable energy infrastructure project in U.S. history!

Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Energy) announced its SunZia Transmission and Wind projects received key regulatory approvals in both Arizona and New Mexico. The SunZia Wind project represents over 3,500 MW of new renewable generation located in Torrance, Lincoln, and San Miguel Counties, New Mexico. SunZia Transmission is a 550-mile ± 525 kV high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line between central New Mexico and south-central Arizona, with the capacity to transport 3,000 MW. The combined projects comprise the largest renewable energy infrastructure project in U.S. history with a total estimated investment of more than $8 billion. If all goes to plan, construction on the projects is expected to begin in mid-2023.

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