Ahead of the groundbreaking ceremony for the SunZia Wind and Transmission project on September 1, Pattern Energy CEO Hunter Armistead sat down with Susan Montoya Bryan of The Associated Press to offer his views on the project’s importance to the United States and beyond.
Referencing the large-scale investments in transmission infrastructure in Europe and China, the article quotes Armistead as saying, “They all recognize the need to build out bulk transmission, to create inter-regional transfer points in order to create greater reliability . . . It also creates diversity in resources and diversity in dealing with weather, which is now the new most important factor driving both our load and our generation.”
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