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Avangrid's (NYSE:AGR) investors will be pleased with their favorable 64% return over the last five years
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UBS Asset Management Americas Inc. raised its holdings in Avangrid, Inc. (NYSE:AGR) by 0.2% during the 2nd quarter, Holdings Channel reports. The institutional investor owned 331,274 shares of the utilities provider’s stock after acquiring an additional 768 shares during the quarter. UBS Asset Management Americas Inc.’s holdings in Avangrid were worth $17,037,000 as of its […]
Despite loss in Maine, Avangrid CEO vows to press forward with power line for Massachusetts BetaBoston
Maine voters reject Avangrid''s $1 billion transmission project Utility Dive
Evelyn and Bruce Beane love the wild country that surrounds them in this tiny town on the Kennebec River, skirted by miles of mountains and forested by birch, maple and pine. So when developers arrived here a few years ago asking their support for a power transmission project that would cut through nearby woods to bring Canadian hydropower into New England, they said no. “This is where people come to get away from power lines,” said Evelyn, 65, standing on the porch of the couple’s home as logging trucks, pickups, and hunters on ATVs passed along the road.
Maine voters on Tuesday rejected a $1 billion project to bring hydropower from Quebec into New England, after a years-long battle that pitted clean energy advocates against local residents seeking to preserve the state’s pristine woodlands. The fight over the so-called New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC) project reflects the difficulty that developers face nationwide in siting new transmission lines. Many more must be built in the coming decades to modernize the nation’s creaking grid systems and connect far-flung renewable energy sources to population centers.
ORANGE, Conn., November 03, 2021--Today, NECEC Transmission LLC and Avangrid Networks, Inc., subsidiaries of AVANGRID, Inc. [NYSE: AGR] filed a lawsuit in Maine Superior Court challenging the citizens’ initiative (Question 1) voted on yesterday.
ORANGE, Conn., November 03, 2021--AVANGRID STATEMENT ON RESULTS OF MAINE REFERENDUM
Mainers voted on Tuesday to reject a $1 billion project to bring hydropower from Quebec into New England, after a years-long battle that pitted clean energy advocates against locals seeking to preserve the state’s pristine woodlands. The fight over the so-called New England Clean Energy Connect project reflects the difficulty that developers face nationwide in siting new transmission lines. Many more of these must be built in the coming decades to modernize the nation’s creaking grid systems and connect farflung renewable energy sources to population centers.
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