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    Thursday, May 02, 2019

    New Transmission Will Deliver New Energy To Drive On

    Powerline approval could bring EV drivers more wind power

    Eric C. Evarts, April 29, 2018 (Green Car Reports)

    “…[A major new power transmission line from Wyoming to the Hoover Dam just] won final approval from Wyoming, the last of the states it traverses to approve it…[It] is key for two reasons…[Wind is the fastest growing and] most likely source to provide large quantities of renewable energy. But the biggest source of wind is in the center of the country, while the biggest demand for electricity, especially to charge electric vehicles, is in California and on the coasts…[Research has shown one of the biggest obstacles during high demand periods to getting enough renewable power to homes and businesses] is transmission capacity. Giant wind farms in the Midwest may not have enough transmission capacity to feed the coasts…[and] abundant solar capacity in the Southwest may not have enough transmission…

    …[The $3 billion TransWest Express Transmission Project, is slated to be completed in 2023 and carry 3 gigawatts of power from two western Wyoming wind projects 730 miles to West Coast power markets. It will run from southwestern Wyoming through Colorado and Utah to Nevada to connect to existing transmission lines at Hoover Dam…In 2018, more than 10 percent of the cars sold in [California] were plug-in or electric vehicles…The new influx of wind power from the new transmission line should not only give a significant boost to the percentage of renewable electricity available to charge electric cars, it should also dramatically increase flexibility on the grid.” click here for more


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