White Paper Recap: Electric Transmission Capacity and Renewable Energy

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The United States’ electric transmission network was originally designed to connect large, fossil fuel-powered plants to population centers with high demand. The way we generate electricity has changed significantly, and the existing electric grid often fails to meet the needs of new generation. As more renewable energy is developed across the nation, the grid must be updated or expanded to provide consumers with reliable access to clean energy.