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NYPA is upgrading the LI sound cables!

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New York Power Authority (NYPA) is upgrading the LI sound cables in a new contract for 70 Million.

As part of this recent contract, there will be upgrades and modernization to the LI Sound Cable, the underground transmission line that connects Westchester County to Nassau County. 

The contractor for this project will take on the design, sourcing, delivery, assembly, and commissioning of this job, which carries up to 600 megawatts of power to Long Island communities.

This distinguished project will contribute to New York State’s 2030 renewable energy goal.

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