From the Ground up: Addressing Key Community Concerns in Clean Energy Transmission

The need for improved electric transmission in the United States has been widely documented. Yet few advocates have formally acknowledged the clash that arises between communities and developers throughout the siting, routing, and construction process.

Six common issues typically surround transmission development: agriculture, conservation, health, eminent domain, need, and fairness. Practical solutions include increased communication between communities, landowners, and developers. And employing feedback to change regulatory policy governing the siting, routing, and construction of transmission projects.

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