Developer Says Northern Pass Brings Clean Energy

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The Northern Pass project would carry power generated in Quebec through transmission lines stretching 180 miles from the Canadian border through New Hampshire to southern New England. But it’s running into opposition from groups like the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.

Recently, Vermont Edition spoke with Jack Savage, a VP with the Society about the group’s effort to disrupt the project through land purchases.

Mike Skelton is a spokesman for Northern Pass. He talked with Vermont Edition about why he says the Northern Pass will bring clean electricity to the region.

Hear Jane’s interview with Jack Savage of the Society For The Protection Of New Hampshire Forests.

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